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IATA condemned the European Commission as "out of touch with reality" in its decision to set a 50 percent threshold for "use it or lose it" slot rules.
Rolls-Royce has delivered the generator and related power electronics for its new electric propulsion system to its testbed in the UK.
The New England-based regional airline sees strong benefits from electric aircraft services but admits the business case for the switch is not yet proven.
United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby predicts that increasing vaccination rates will mitigate any negative affect on demand caused by Covid’s Delta variant.
Experts says more energy-efficient propulsion and autonomous flight technology could significant cut the cost of carrying a smaller numbers of passengers.
Delivery of an A350 from the Tianjin completion and delivery center marks a new milestone in Airbus’s partnership with China.
An IATA survey shows that passengers remain willing to wear masks to mitigate the risk of Covid transmission.
The action by the FAA to ground Rhoades Aviation relates to an investigation into maintenance deficiencies, not the July 2 ditching accident.
An FAA airworthiness directive was issued to assess the risk of dual-switch failures in 737 airliner cabin pressure systems.
The new airline joint venture is expected to lead to dramatic improvements in flight connectivity for Armenians living overseas.