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De Havilland Canada Launches Updated, Lighter DHC-6
Canadian airframer De Havilland secured commitments for 45 aircraft to back the launch of the DHC-6 Twin Otter Classic 300-G.
Riyadh Air Fleet To Adopt ‘Dual-Livery’ Designs
Saudi start-up Riyadh Air, which continues to consider a narrowbody jet option, is presenting one of its liveries on a Boeing 787 in Paris.
Boeing Highlights Contributions to Sustainable Aerospace
Boeing is emphasizing its continuous efforts to decarbonize the aerospace industry and its own operations.
Elettronica Rebrands as ELT Group
ELT Group's new identity reflects the Italian electronic defense company’s expertise in cybersecurity, space, and biodefense markets.
Massive A320 Order Kicks Off Airbus Paris Salon Sales
Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo topped up its Airbus orderbook with a further firm order for 500 single-aisle aircraft.
Boeing's Deal Pledges Return to Stability, Schedule Fidelity
Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Stan Deal expects order announcements in Paris as he aims to reduce delivery delays and assuage angry customers.
EU Sets World’s Largest SAF Blending Mandate
New European rules call for an obligation for minimum sustainable aviation uplift for flights within and departing the EU from 2025.
Airbus, Boeing Raise 20-Year Forecasts For Aircraft Deliveries
Airbus and Boeing expect that manufacturers will deliver more than 40,000 new commercial aircraft over the next 20 years.
ATR Touts Strong Growth Prospects
ATR, the Toulouse-based turboprop manufacturer, plans to reveal orders at the Paris Airshow and prove a sustained interest in its regional airframes.
ATR Shows Off Purpose-built Freighter Variant
European turboprop manufacturer ATR brought two aircraft to the Paris Airshow, including the ATR 72-600F, which will take part in the flying display.
Dassault Showcases Civil and Military Competencies
Dassault plans for the Falcon 10X to become the first Falcon jet compatible with 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel.
Boeing Global Services Charts a Data Solutions Path
BGS enhances its digital solutions and data analytics capabilities to provide enhanced customer service and propel sustained growth.
AIA Chief Warns of Sustained Shortage of Labor
American aerospace and defense manufacturers headed to the Paris Air Show hold large order books but face continued supply chains disruptions.
Commercial Aviation’s Hydrogen Play Poses Myriad Challenges
Hydrogen-powered aircraft programs attract increased attention and public funding, but the task of building a green hydrogen ecosystem will prove daunting.
European Aviation Faces a €820 billion Tab to Reach Net Zero
Europe’s airlines urge more incentives to help shoulder the cost of investments necessary to reach net zero by 2050.
SESAR Deployment Boss Upbeat on European ATM Progress
Paris Airshow exhibitors stand to benefit from billions of euros spent on ATM modernization in Europe.
IATA: Airlines ‘Beyond Frustrated’ by Supply-chain Disruptions
The global airline trade body plans to start monitoring supplier performance to keep track of delays in aircraft and parts deliveries.
IATA Lauds Airlines' ‘Amazing’ Return to Profitability
Airlines globally will generate $9.8 billion in net profits this year and passenger traffic should recover to pre-Covid levels in 2024, according to IATA.
Environmental Groups Increase Pressure on Bizav in Europe
Schiphol Airport, one of Europe’s largest airports, plans to ban private jets and small business aircraft, a step that might be followed by others.
Late EBAA Chief Husain Khan Will Be 'Deeply Missed'
Athar Husain Khan’s dedication to the business aviation industry and its entire ecosystem has been key to EBAA's strength.
Asia-Pac Airlines Seek to Link Recovery with Sustainability
The EU’s numerous climate laws risk will impinge on the Asia-Pacific carriers operating into the bloc, warns the head of AAPA.
Regulations and Government
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Plans To Ban Business Aircraft in 2025
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is proposing a ban on business aircraft starting in 2025 as part of a wider strategy to reduce noise and CO2 emissions.
Airlines Win Legal Challenge to Schiphol Flight Caps
A Dutch court overruled a government plan to cut Amsterdam Schiphol airport’s annual flight limit to 460,000 from November.
Eurocontrol Warns Flight Movements Could Stagnate after 2025
The number of flights in European airspace will recover to pre-pandemic levels in 2025 but growth might slow or even stop.
ATR Targets 40 New Aircraft Deliveries This Year
European turboprop manufacturer ATR shipped only 25 new aircraft to customers in 2022 as supply chain and staffing bottlenecks slowed production.
European Airlines Cautiously Optimistic on Summer Disruptions
Airlines for Europe member airlines expect stronger demand and markedly less disruption than during last year's chaotic summer season.
Clean Aviation Team Presses For Hybrid-Electric Regional Craft
Development of hybrid-electric regional airliners must happen in sync with the entire aviation 'ecosystem,' according to Clean Aviation partner Leonardo.
Safran Boss Tells EU Commission SAF Mandates Are ‘Too Shy’
Olivier Andriès, CEO of Safran, warns that Europe will fall behind the U.S. if it does not heighten its SAF usage and production ambitions.
Ryanair Decries Continuing French ATC Strikes
Europe’s largest low-cost airline launched a petition calling for the European Commission to allow overflights when French controllers stage a strike.
IATA Data Point to Turboprops as the Weak Link in 2022 Safety Performance
Turboprops accounted for four of five fatal accidents last year with loss of life to passengers and crew onboard, according to IATA's 2022 safety report.
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