News and issues relating to international air transport and cargo carriers, national airlines and regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
With a new order for 25 airplanes, United Airlines now expects to receive 94 Boeing 737 Maxes in 2022 and 2023.
The parent company of BA, Aer Lingus, Iberia, and Vueling continues to evaluate routes for the 737 Max as it sinks to a €7.4 billion operating loss.
The FAA and Boeing reach a settlement on penalties related to a 2015 case and two pending enforcement actions involving the company’s ODA unit.
The FAA must develop a “risk-based approach” to ODA oversight, according to a DOT IG report on the agency’s response to 737 Max recommendations.
A new IATA analysis shows that airlines will burn through between $75 billion and $95 billion by the end of the year.
The interim order by U.S. authorities to inspect all Pratt & Whitney PW4000-112s applies to some 125 Boeing 777s.
Embraer’s delivery of KLM Cityhopper’s first E195-E2 brings the Dutch airline’s fleet of E-Jets to 50 airplanes.
The Wichita-based supplier to Airbus and Boeing saw 2020 revenue nearly halved by the 737 Max grounding and Covid-19's effect on commercial aviation.
NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt said that a fan blade from the PW4000 that failed in-flight on February 20 showed so-called "beach" marks.
Hit hard by Covid's impact on the air transport sector, Spanish aerostructures specialist Aciturri has begun a risk-sharing partnership with Lilium.