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Rolls Royce appeases investors on Trent 1000 problem
MRO
Rolls Royce appeases investors on Trent 1000 problem

In a briefing with the company’s investors on June 15, 2018, Rolls Royce CEO Warren East commented on the issue currently affecting the Trent 1000 engine developed by the British manufacturer. Reaffirming what Rolls Royce said on March 23, 2018, following Bloomberg suspici...

Civil Aviation
Aviation Tech Talks: Why do airlines stay behind on new tech?

The airline industry has become quite famous for lagging behind other industries when it comes to technology. Despite av...

Aviation Economics
Etihad still in the red, looks into Boeing 777x order cuts

Etihad Airways could cancel or delay its order of 25 B777X from Boeing as part of its financial strategy. One year after...

Rolls Royce appeases investors on Trent 1000 problem
MRO
Rolls Royce appeases investors on Trent 1000 problem

In a briefing with the company’s investors on June 15, 2018, Rolls Royce CEO Warren East commented on the issue cu...

Boeing bracing for potential trade war between US and China
Aviation Economics
Boeing bracing for potential trade war between US and China

Boeing is assessing the potential damages in case it finds itself at the center of of a trade war between the United Sta...

Nippon Cargo grounds fleet after record irregularities found
Civil Aviation
Nippon Cargo grounds fleet after record irregularities found

Nippon Cargo Airlines temporarily grounded its fleet of freighters from June 16, 2018, after Japanese transport ministry...

Airbus to help boost Côte d’Ivoire aviation
Civil Aviation
Airbus to help boost Côte d’Ivoire aviation

Airbus and the government of Côte d’Ivoire signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a framewor...

Aviation Tech Talks: Why do airlines stay behind on new tech?
Civil Aviation
Aviation Tech Talks: Why do airlines stay behind on new tech?

The airline industry has become quite famous for lagging behind other industries when it comes to technology. Despite av...

Airlines and airports take off for FIFA World Cup in Russia
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Airlines and airports take off for FIFA World Cup in Russia

The FIFA World Cup has just kicked-off in Russia. The biggest football tournament will attract 2.4 million football fans...

Etihad still in the red, looks into Boeing 777x order cuts
Aviation Economics
Etihad still in the red, looks into Boeing 777x order cuts

Etihad Airways could cancel or delay its order of 25 B777X from Boeing as part of its financial strategy. One year after...

Opinion: Back to the Future - Pentagon considers prop warplanes
Defense
Opinion: Back to the Future - Pentagon considers prop warplanes

U.S. Air Force weighs a cheaper way of waging wars in developing countries....

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Emirates looking into windowless planes

Emirates unveiled a business suit where “virtual windows” are replacing real ones. Tim Clark, the company&rs...

Aviation Economics
Vietnam Airlines increases salaries to avoid pilot departures

Vietnam Airlines raised wages for all its employees, including pilots, starting from June 2018. The national carrier is...

Defense
Lockheed sticks to plan on controversial F-35 delivery to Turkey

A ceremony celebrating the first F-35 produced by Lockheed Martin for Turkey is expected to be held on June 21, 2018, in...

Airports
Gatwick Airport to invest $1.5B with new growth plans

London Gatwick Airport (UK) announced on June 13, 2018, it will invest up to $1.5 billion on increasing capacity and imp...

European Commission removes Indonesian airlines from blacklist
Civil Aviation
European Commission removes Indonesian airlines from blacklist

The European Commission updated the EU Air Safety list on June 14, 2018, removing all airlines from Indonesia. Meanwhile...

Defense
Airbus signs contract for 5 HERON TP with German Armed Forces

Airbus and the German Armed Forces signed an operator agreement for Heron TP unmanned aerial systems (UAS) after parliam...

Civil Aviation
Qantas A380 goes into nosedive after wake turbulence

A Qantas A380 operating from Los Angeles (LAX) to Melbourne was sent into a nosedive for 10 seconds over the Pacific Oce...