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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
22 JUL 2020
Boeing 737 MAX inches towards flying again Boeing 737 MAX inches towards flying again
The grounded Boeing 737 MAX moved another step closer towards flying again Tuesday as US regulators said they would soon accept public comments on ... Continue Reading
01 JUL 2020
Air France to slash 7,500 jobs by end-2022: unions Air France to slash 7,500 jobs by end-2022: unions
Air France will cut 7,500 jobs by the end of 2022 as part of a cost-cutting drive that has gained new urgency in the ... Continue Reading
01 JUL 2020
Airbus cuts 15,000 jobs to face aviation's 'gravest crisis' Airbus cuts 15,000 jobs to face aviation's 'gravest crisis'
European aircraft maker Airbus said on Tuesday it is planning to cut around 15,000 jobs worldwide, 11 percent of its total workforce, in response ... Continue Reading
29 JUN 2020
Norwegian Air Shuttle cancels order for 97 Boeings Norwegian Air Shuttle cancels order for 97 Boeings
Norwegian Air Shuttle, whose financial difficulties have been exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdowns, announced Monday that it had cancelled an order for 92 Boeing ... Continue Reading
29 JUN 2020
Boeing 737 MAX takes to skies for long-awaited test flight Boeing 737 MAX takes to skies for long-awaited test flight
US regulators conducted the first a test flight of the Boeing 737 MAX on Monday, a key step in recertifying the jet that has ... Continue Reading
22 OCT 2020
A321 Freighters are on the rise
22 OCT 2020
HAECO Xiamen completed its first Airbus A350 C-Check
22 OCT 2020
Windrose opts for NYCO turbine oil for its entire fleet
22 OCT 2020
AJW Group has purchased three ex-Thomas Cook A330s for their components
22 OCT 2020
Boeing revises its services revenue forecast for the next ten years
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A321 Freighters are on the rise
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Windrose opts for NYCO turbine oil for its entire fleet
World's first Airbus A350 Preighter belongs to Asiana
 
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