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Airbus is gradually resuming A320 assembly work at its factory in China, but the scale of disruption to the aerospace supply chain remains uncertain.
Airbus is rolling out a virtual reality flight training tool later this year and building a network of ab initio flight training centers.
The first services for the new JAL subsidiary start on May 14 from Tokyo to Bangkok.
Part of the drive to increase engine efficiency and reduce emissions, the Rolls-Royce UltraFan employs advanced composite fan blades.
The Italian airline will be liquidated following years of losses and an apparent disagreement between shareholders whether to inject more funds.
Thales will install its latest Core IFE inflight entertainment systems on Sichuan Airlines' A350s, which are due to enter service at the end of 2021.
The Korean flag carrier expects deliveries of the GTF-equipped Airbus narrowbodies to start next year.
The Maveric demonstrator began flying in central France in June last year.
Three new short-takeoff ATR airliners will help Papua New Guinea PNG Air expand its network further into rural communities.
“Key decision makers” at Garuda received $3.3 million in illicit payments from various firms, including Airbus and Rolls-Royce.