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17 DEC 2020
Russian MC-21 jet completes breakthrough test flight Russian MC-21 jet completes breakthrough test flight
Russia's next-generation MC-21 plane completed its first test flight using a Russian-made engine, state corporation Rostec said Tuesday, after the aircraft's rollout was delayed ... Continue Reading
04 DEC 2020
Boeing scores first 737 MAX order since grounding Boeing scores first 737 MAX order since grounding
Boeing on Thursday picked up its first major order for the 737 MAX since the aircraft was grounded for 20 months following two fatal ... Continue Reading
03 DEC 2020
Safe trip? Aboard the revamped Boeing 737 MAX' 1st public flight
Will this plane land safely?That question was very much on the minds of the 87 passengers on the revamped Boeing 737 MAX's first public flight Wednesday following a 20-month grounding after two fatal crashes.US ... Continue Reading
18 NOV 2020
US regulators clear Boeing 737 MAX to fly again US regulators clear Boeing 737 MAX to fly again
US regulators on Wednesday cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to return to the skies, ending its 20-month grounding after two fatal crashes that plunged the ... Continue Reading
06 NOV 2020
Rolls-Royce UK staff strike over possible Singapore switch
Staff at a factory in northwest England run by engines maker Rolls-Royce on Friday began a three-week strike over the possible relocation of operations to Singapore, the British aerospace giant confirmed.The industrial action at ... Continue Reading
21 SEP 2020
Airbus aims for hydrogen-powered plane by 2035 Airbus aims for hydrogen-powered plane by 2035
Airbus is aiming to put the world's first hydrogen-powered commercial plane into service by 2035, the European aircraft maker's boss said in remarks published ... Continue Reading
10 SEP 2020
Airbus thinks goose tip could trim fuel consumption
If planes flew in formation like wild geese they might use five to 10 percent less fuel, European aircraft maker Airbus said Wednesday as it signed up to test the idea.Executive vice president Jean-Brice ... Continue Reading
09 SEP 2020
China's biggest airshow 'will be held' in November, say backtracking organisers
China's biennial airshow will be held as scheduled in November, organisers insisted late Wednesday, backtracking on an earlier statement that said the coronavirus had laid low the big-ticket aviation event. The show, scheduled to take place ... Continue Reading
09 SEP 2020
Boeing says new problem to delay deliveries of 787 Dreamliner Boeing says new problem to delay deliveries of 787 Dreamliner
Boeing said Tuesday it has found a new production issue that will impact deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner, in the latest blow to the ... Continue Reading
28 AUG 2020
Aerospace giant Rolls-Royce logs £5.4 bn H1 loss on virus
British aerospace giant Rolls-Royce on Thursday logged a vast net loss for the first half of 2020 as the coronavirus outbreak grounded aircraft worldwide and sparked a crisis in air transport.Rolls, which operates in ... Continue Reading
14 JAN 2021
Revima's new MRO facility in Thailand is Part-145 approved
14 JAN 2021
Bombardier has taken full ownership of its Berlin service center
14 JAN 2021
MTU Maintenance signs an exclusive contract for Air Sial's six V2500 engines
14 JAN 2021
Textron Aviation opts for Safran's Cassiopée flight data monitoring service
14 JAN 2021
AvAir acquires Airbus A320 rotable pool from HAECO ITM
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Revima's new MRO facility in Thailand is Part-145 approved
MTU Maintenance signs an exclusive contract for Air Sial's six V2500 engines
Textron Aviation opts for Safran's Cassiopée flight data monitoring service
 
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