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Week 37

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September 15th 2021

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The first Commercial Aircraft Corp of China C919 narrow-body to be delivered to China Eastern Airlines has entered final assembly and will be accepted by the carrier by the end of the year, the Civil Aviation Administration of China has disclosed. Read More »

Etihad Airways has signed a multi-year contract with Amadeus whereby the Abu Dhabi-headquartered carrier will use the travel technology company's Altéa passenger service system that will cover web booking, revenue management and merchandising, data management, the Altéa new distribution capability and Altéa departure control customer management products.

Professional services company, Accenture, has won an Australian government tender to build the country's digital passenger declaration that will replace physical incoming passenger cards for overseas arrivals, Australia's home affairs minister, Karen Andrews, said. Initial operating capability is expected by year-end,.

Plaza Premium Group will open a lounge at Nagoya's Chubu Centrair International Airport international terminal in 2022. It will be the Hong Kong-headquartered company's first lounge in Japan.

Atlas Air has extended a contract to continue flying 20 freighter aircraft – six 747-8s two 747-400s, eight 777-200s and four 767-300s – for DHL Express.

Hong Kong-based Topcast Aviation Supplies has been appointed the exclusive distributor of 1,300 products from Greene Tweed, including sealing solutions and structural components, in the Asia-Pacific and South America.

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