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According to IATA, the coronavirus situation calls for a justified non-use of slots and airlines should not lose their grandfather rights.
SIA plans to integrate the operations of narrowbody subsidiary SilkAir by early next year.
The EU and the UK call for a negotiated solution on the long-running dispute over subsidies to large aircraft programs.
The US airline commits to fully offset carbon emissions starting March 1.
Ilyushin has plans to relaunch production of its Il-114 regional turboprop, but with domestic engines and avionics.
ICAO says that airline capacity in and out of China during the first quarter of 2020 is set to be between 39 and 41 percent down on the same period in 2019
The European airframer is targeting about 880 commercial jet deliveries this year, slightly up from 863 shipments in 2019.
Bombardier has sold its remaining stake in the A220 airliner program, with Airbus and the government of Quebec now having full ownership.
Despite trade wars and the coronavirus crisis, the Boeing Commercial Airplanes v-p for sales sees pent-up demand in China rather than supply “overhang.”
ATR sold two more ATR 72-600s at the Singapore Airshow, in a conversion of purchase rights by lessor Avation.