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Training the next generation of dangerous goods handlers
Events
Training the next generation of dangerous goods handlers

While dangerous goods can ‒ and are ‒ transported by air, people working with them, from ground handlers to security per...

AAIB releases report into A319 single pilot landing at Glasgow
Civil Aviation
AAIB releases report into A319 single pilot landing at Glasgow

The United Kingdom’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has released a report into an incident last year wh...

US Committee to question Boeing employees
Civil Aviation
US Committee to question Boeing employees

The United States House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has formally requested interviews with Boeing emp...

Embraer delivers most popular E2 to launch operator
Civil Aviation
Embraer delivers most popular E2 to launch operator

Embraer’s newest passenger aircraft, the E195-E2, is ready for service. The Brazilian manufacturer has made the fi...

LATAM Airlines group CEO to resign in March 2020
Civil Aviation
LATAM Airlines group CEO to resign in March 2020

Enrique Cueto Plaza, the Chief Executive Officer of Chilean airline holding company LATAM Airlines group, is resigning a...

Boeing: 777X “exploding doors” issue not to affect test schedule
Civil Aviation
Boeing: 777X “exploding doors” issue not to affect test schedule

Boeing expects the “exploding door incident” to have no significant impact on the 777X design. The incident...

Emirates retires last 777-300 from fleet, when will A380 follow?
Civil Aviation
Emirates retires last 777-300 from fleet, when will A380 follow?

Having recently warned that it would not take in any new Airbus and Boeing jets until plane makers and engine manufactur...

BA cancels “nearly” 100% flights due to pilots strike
Civil Aviation
BA cancels “nearly” 100% flights due to pilots strike

British Airways states they had to cancel nearly 100% of their flights on September 9, 2019, as British Airline Pilots&r...

Mitsubishi lands preliminary order for 100 SpaceJet M100s
Civil Aviation
Mitsubishi lands preliminary order for 100 SpaceJet M100s

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation has entered negotiations with Mesa Air Group, the parent company of U.S. regional carrie...

Airbus deliveries fall to 42 aircraft per month in August 2019
Civil Aviation
Airbus deliveries fall to 42 aircraft per month in August 2019

Within the first eight months of the year, Airbus has delivered 66 more commercial aircraft than during the same period...

American Airlines waves goodbye to its 80s workhorse
Civil Aviation
American Airlines waves goodbye to its 80s workhorse

American Airlines is retiring its last remaining McDonnell Douglas MD-80 in its fleet. The carrier, which once operated...

Boeing closes South Carolina facility ahead of Hurricane Dorian
Civil Aviation
Boeing closes South Carolina facility ahead of Hurricane Dorian

Ahead of approaching Hurricane Dorian, Boeing anticipates that some of its manufacturing locations in the United States...

“We are not bankrupt” Interjet claims
Aviation Economics
“We are not bankrupt” Interjet claims

Mexican low cost airline Interjet “categorically denies” a claim that it is bankrupt. The statement comes fo...

AirAsia X remains loyal to A320neo Family, cuts A330neo options
Aviation Economics
AirAsia X remains loyal to A320neo Family, cuts A330neo options

AirAsia X, the long-haul unit of the AirAsia Group, sings a firm order for 12 A330-900 and 30 A321XLR aircraft. Despite...

Official: U.S. establishes Space Command [Video]
Defense
Official: U.S. establishes Space Command [Video]

The United States Department of Defense officially announced the establishment of U.S. Space Command on August 29, 2019....

Fosun to take 25% of Thomas Cook Airlines
Civil Aviation
Fosun to take 25% of Thomas Cook Airlines

Fosun Tourism Group to acquire 25% of Thomas Cook Airline and 75% equity of the same company’s tour operator. ...