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Norwegian Air International (NAI) has welcomed a “long overdue” approval from the US Department of Transportation for its foreign carrier permit.

Several large US and European carriers had waged a two-and-a-half year battle to block the award, arguing that NAI’s Irish registration was a flag of convenience.

However, their case was dealt a major blow in April, when the DOT stated that the “NAI appears to meet DOT’s normal standards for award of a permit and that there appears to be no legal basis to deny NAI’s application”.

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Boeing’s plan to build a new facility for its GoldCare aftermarket offering at London Gatwick Airport in 2017 has undoubtedly given the UK’s aviation sector a boost with the potential creation of up to 100 new jobs.
The U.S. aircraft manufacturer’s Gatwick announcement, subject to approval, follows on from a UK investment commitment targeting growth and job creation made at this year’s Farnborough Airshow – providing a timely lift amid the uncertainty emanating from June’s Brexit vote.
Yet even before the historic events of June 23, the OEM has seemingly long-viewed the UK as a key component of its European aftermarket strategy.

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Boeing picks AerData’s ‘STREAM’

AerData has been selected to provide its ‘STREAM’ record management solution to Boeing to support the ‘GoldCare’ programme for airline fleet maintenance. The software provider will scan the aircraft technical records and make them available to Boeing personnel supporting ‘GoldCare’.

Posted in Aftermarket, IT, OEMs and tagged Boeing, AerData, STREAM, GoldCare
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