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.
The conflict in Sudan is adding to the pressure and uncertainty for airlines and their insurers resulting from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The Quebec-based SAF+ Consortium has joined with Airbus Canada and Pratt & Whitney Canada on power-to-liquid e-SAF testing and feasibility studies.
A merger between the UK’s Britten-Norman and Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) would result in an injection of £10 million into the new company.
The EU’s numerous climate laws risk will impinge on the Asia-Pacific carriers operating into the bloc, warns the head of AAPA.
A hearing on Capitol Hill underscored the discord over pilot supply and how to address it.
TransNusa Aviation operated the first revenue flight of the ARJ21outside China with service from Jakarta to Bali.
A computer system firewall failure caused another round of schedule interruptions at Southwest Airlines, according to the company.
Judges rule that prosecutors did not produce evidence of a direct connection between the actions of Airbus and Air France and the crash of AF447.
At the Sustainable Skies event in the UK, industry leaders called for more investment and urgent action to meet the net zero carbon goal by 2050.
Aft fuselages for the 737 Max supplied by Sprit Aerosystems are the source of another delivery disruption.