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Highlights of Airbus 2018: from DNA of A380 to ease on Brexit
Civil Aviation
Highlights of Airbus 2018: from DNA of A380 to ease on Brexit

2018 was an eventful year for Airbus, as there were ongoing and new investigations of data breaches, leadership change turmoils and the lost battle to Boeing on commercial aircraft orders. Nevertheless, the company states it kept its promises and with a "little help from Can...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
The plot thickens: Ben Smith faces tensions at KLM and Hop!

Tensions are rising within the Air France-KLM group. Employees of KLM are supporting their CEO Pieter Elbers, whose posi...

AeroTime Team
Civil Aviation
Air New Zealand plane takes off from Auckland, lands in scandal

An Air New Zealand flight en route to Shanghai turned back and landed at the departing airport on February 9, 2019. Now,...

Rūta Burbaitė
Exclusive with Air Commerce: rediscovering travel retail
Airports
Exclusive with Air Commerce: rediscovering travel retail

Travel retail is a booming global industry and as such, it calls for continuous innovation and introduction of cutting-e...

Clément Charpentreau
EU clears acquisition of 31% of Virgin Atlantic by Air France-KLM
Civil Aviation
EU clears acquisition of 31% of Virgin Atlantic by Air France-KLM

The joint venture of Air France KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic pose no threat to competition within the Europe...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Will change of control help Jet Airways to avoid bankruptcy?
Civil Aviation
Will change of control help Jet Airways to avoid bankruptcy?

Jet Airways, a major Indian airline, is struggling with major financial problems. In attempt “meet a funding gap&r...

Rūta Burbaitė
Supersonic drama: Aerion changes partners from Lockheed to Boeing
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Supersonic drama: Aerion changes partners from Lockheed to Boeing

It is becoming increasingly harder to keep up with all the latest developments in the industry-wide efforts to revive fa...

AeroTime Team
Highlights of Airbus 2018: from DNA of A380 to ease on Brexit
Civil Aviation
Highlights of Airbus 2018: from DNA of A380 to ease on Brexit

2018 was an eventful year for Airbus, as there were ongoing and new investigations of data breaches, leadership change t...

Clément Charpentreau
A400M, the other thorn in Airbus’ side
Defense
A400M, the other thorn in Airbus’ side

Presenting the annual results of Airbus Group, CEO Tom Enders gave an update on the A400M program. He announced there wo...

Jason Shaw
Extreme turbulence diverts Delta flight, three taken to hospital
Civil Aviation
Extreme turbulence diverts Delta flight, three taken to hospital

Delta Air Lines flight DL5763 from John Wayne Airport, Santa Ana, California to Seattle, Washington had to make an emerg...

AeroTime Team
Goodbye my love: Airbus to cancel A380 production
Civil Aviation
Goodbye my love: Airbus to cancel A380 production

Udated. Airbus has officially confirmed the end of A380. Because of the lack of airline demand, the superjumbo productio...

Jason Shaw
Civil Aviation
Airbus confirms the end of the A380 - production to end in 2021

The European plane maker Airbus will cease production of the giant double-decker Airbus A380 in 2021, despite being one...

AeroTime Team
Civil Aviation
MC-21 aircraft continues flight testing with help of EASA

On February 13, 2019, the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) announced that MC-21 testing is moving forward: for the firs...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
The plot thickens: Ben Smith faces tensions at KLM and Hop!

Tensions are rising within the Air France-KLM group. Employees of KLM are supporting their CEO Pieter Elbers, whose posi...

Brian Foley
Aviation Economics
Three reasons why used business jet inventory will increase

For going on 10 years, the number of used business jets for sale on the market has been steadily declining. It reached t...

Six Ural Airlines passengers fall on tarmac as airstair collapses
AeroTime Team
Airports
Six Ural Airlines passengers fall on tarmac as airstair collapses

Six people fell from the top of boarding stairs at Barnaul (BAX) airport in Russia, as Ural Airlines passengers were boa...

Rūta Burbaitė
Defense
Pentagon to review USAF certification of SpaceX launch vehicles

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy have fallen under scrutiny by the Pentagon, which has initiated a review of the...

Rūta Burbaitė
Defense
Pentagon to review USAF certification of SpaceX launch vehicles

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy have fallen under scrutiny by the Pentagon, which has initiated a review of the...