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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.
The governments of Canada and Quebec have committed to providing half of a C$163 million investment in Pratt Canada’s hybrid-electric demonstrator program.
Europe’s dominant airframe maker has committed to invest in SAF development and production in North America.
Along with new taxes, Europe’s “Fit for 55” green policies include an SAF blending mandate and the end of airlines’ free allowances in the bloc’s ETS.
IATA director general Willie Walsh and Flypop founder Nino Judge demanded fundamental changes in Covid travel policies to open international routes.
The Irkut MC-21 and SSJ100 would become the main beneficiaries of a $25 billion allocation from the Russian government.