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FedEx Sees $1.5 Billion Benefit From US Tax Reform

FedEx Corp. posted an unadjusted $2.1 billion net profit for its fiscal 2018 third quarter, as the Memphis-based package delivery company saw a $1.53 billion benefit following US tax reforms enacted in late 2017. (atwonline.com) More...

GE Completes Tests On GEnx-2B Upgrades For Boeing 747-8

GE Aviation plans to start delivering a durability upgrade in mid-2018 for the engines powering the Boeing 747-8, the engine maker confirms to FlightGlobal. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

First Look: Alaska Airlines’ new Airbus A321neo “More to Love” logo jet

Alaska Airlines will soon take delivery of this new A321-251N (A321neo) from Airbus which was previously ordered by Virgin America. (worldairlinenews.com) More...

Flights canceled in Northeast U.S. due to early spring snowstorm

The calendar currently says spring has arrived, but cargo handlers across the Northeast United States may not be too sure. More than 4,100 flights were canceled today in the Northeast region due to “Winter Storm Toby,” the fourth major storm of its kind to hit the region in a three-week span. (aircargoworld.com) More...

Boeing delivers the first 737 MAX 9 to Lion Air Group

Renton - Boeing delivered the first ever 737 MAX 9 to Lion Air Group on Wednesday, March 21st. The aircraft will be operated by Thai Lion Air, the Thai subsidiary of the Indonesian low-cost group. (airlinerwatch.com) More...

Uncleared Jazz Bombardier Q400 Take-Off Roll Sparks Incursion Incident

Canadian controllers intervened to stop a Jazz Bombardier Q400 from departing Thunder Bay airport without clearance, as a second aircraft prepared to land on an intersecting runway. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

Pratt & Whitney Said to Ship Spare Engines for Grounded Jets

Pratt & Whitney will provide spare engines within 40 days to get all grounded Airbus SE A320neo aircraft at India’s IndiGo flying again, with the first delivery scheduled for Wednesday, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. (www.industryweek.com) More...


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