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Boeing to announce 777X rollout date “very soon”
Civil Aviation
Boeing to announce 777X rollout date “very soon”

Boeing took to social media to show off the assembly progress of the newest 777X flight test planes. The manufacturer us...

Space Force gets seal of approval from U.S. President
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Space Force gets seal of approval from U.S. President

The United States Space Force – a mysterious sixth arm of the country’s military – is beginning to tak...

Did a Virgin Atlantic Boeing really fly faster than sound?
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Did a Virgin Atlantic Boeing really fly faster than sound?

"Fair winds and following seas" ‒ a Virgin Atlantic’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner reached a thrilling speed...

Canadian carriers strive to increase foreign voting shares
Aviation Economics
Canadian carriers strive to increase foreign voting shares

WestJet, Air Canada is seeking shareholder approval to increase the limits on foreign ownership and control of their vot...

Report into Aseman Airlines crash finds multiple “human errors”
Civil Aviation
Report into Aseman Airlines crash finds multiple “human errors”

Iran’s civil aviation accident investigation bureau (AIB) released a report on February 18, 2019, on the deadly cr...

British Airways begins service of 747 in BOAC livery
Civil Aviation
British Airways begins service of 747 in BOAC livery

Why would an airline change its livery to another company's, one might ask.  Well, the answer lies at its roots...

Last European operator gives up on Sukhoi Superjet 100?
Civil Aviation
Last European operator gives up on Sukhoi Superjet 100?

The last European operator of Sukhoi Superjet 100 has reportedly returned its Russian-made aircraft to the owner. T...

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...

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...

MC-21 aircraft continues flight testing with help of EASA
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...

Six Ural Airlines passengers fall on tarmac as airstair collapses
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...

Air New Zealand plane takes off from Auckland, lands in scandal
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,...

AirAsia’s latest headache: online scammers
Civil Aviation
AirAsia’s latest headache: online scammers

AirAsia is warning the public not to fall for online scam schemes that use the Malaysian low cost carrier’s brand...

Boeing, Uzbekistan Airways team up for Dreamliner maintenance
MRO
Boeing, Uzbekistan Airways team up for Dreamliner maintenance

Uzbekistan Airways is en route to become the biggest Dreamliner operator in Central Asia, although its usage of the Boei...

Norwegian and Icelandair post record pax but millions in losses
Aviation Economics
Norwegian and Icelandair post record pax but millions in losses

On February 7, 2019, both Norwegian and Icelandair revealed their performance results of the financial year of 2018. Bot...

Delta’s long-anticipated A220 debut finally takes off
Civil Aviation
Delta’s long-anticipated A220 debut finally takes off

Delta took its brand new A220-100 to the skies for the very first time. The introduction of the new aircraft type to its...