Boeing to lay off more engineers

Boeing has warned its employees on April 17, 2017 about another round of involuntary layoffs affecting hundreds of engineers at the commercial aircraft unit. Increasing competition and slowing aircraft sales are quoted to have triggered the decision.

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Tokyo hopes MRJ will revitalize Japanese aerospace industry

The deliveries of Japan’s first commercial jet Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) have been delayed for five times, with deliveries now expected to begin by mid-2020. Despite scheduling issues, the potential competitor of Bombardier, Embraer and Sukhoi still puts a lot of hope in its creation.

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ICAO: State, intergovernmental leaders commit to African aviation

Strengthened alignment on the development of aviation in Africa has resulted from high-level bilateral meetings between the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Government of Ethiopia, and the African Union undertaken on the second week of April 2017.

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