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As Airbus and Qatar Airways prepare to go to court in April over their A350 dispute, the OEM cancels the airline’s order for A321s.
Pakistan International Airlines expects to resume service to Europe in March.
Following the FAA’s addition of three altimeter models cleared for use near 5G antennas, Emirates restores all its 777 schedules to the U.S.
New approvals from the FAA allow for 62 percent of the U.S. commercial fleet to perform low-visibility landings at airports near 5G towers.
Several international airlines have curtailed service into and out of the U.S. due to 5G safety concerns.
As international carriers cancel U.S.-bound flights out of safety concerns, Biden pledges "permanent" solution.
An Airlines for America letter to the FAA, FCC, and the White House warns of catastrophic consequences of 5G implementation on January 19.
A new facility in Chengdu, China, to dismantle and recycle aircraft will open by the end of 2023.
The UK's Electric Aircraft Group says its hydrogen-powered airliner will be able to carry 90 passengers on sectors of up to around 1,200 nm from 2030.
In addition to airplane types, U.S. authorities approve two radar altimeter models for operation in areas of potential 5G interference.