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During FIA Connect 2020, industry leaders agreed that the pandemic has made focus on diversity more difficult, but say the issue remains critical.
A Boeing 777G operated by Ethiopian Airlines sustained serious fire damage to its fuselage.
ZeroAviation is flight testing a hydrogen-powered six-seat aircraft, but says that by 2040 the technology could carry 200 people more than 3,000 nm.
FAA deputy administrator Daniel Elwell said a recovery in airline traffic depends heavily on passengers consistently following Covid-19 safety measures.
Some observers say established aircraft manufacturers are better placed than startups to make a success of urban air mobility in the long run.
A Roland Berger report delves into pros and cons of the Aircraft FIRSt scheme, which would call on the UK government to encourage aircraft retirements.
The Aerospace Technology Institute's mandate is to advance innovation among the UK's aviation industry.
A smart factory can be a way to help manufacturers keep their doors open to support customers.
Industry leaders estimate that the industry won't see any major new aircraft announcements for three to four years as airlines/OEMs struggle to recover.
The airline group asserts that the ongoing Covid-19 crisis and its impact on demand justify their demand to freeze their slot portfolios.