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National carriers in re-making: Croatia, Slovenia & big backers
Civil Aviation
National carriers in re-making: Croatia, Slovenia & big backers

When it comes to the aviation sector in southeastern Europe, it seems that national carriers have as much a tumultuous h...

Jason Shaw
The first 787-9 Dreamliner arrives for Canadian airline WestJet
Civil Aviation
The first 787-9 Dreamliner arrives for Canadian airline WestJet

One of Canada's leading airlines, WestJet has entered into what it calls 'the global era' with the arrival of the carrie...

Jason Shaw
A220 gets milestone approval for longer flights
Civil Aviation
A220 gets milestone approval for longer flights

A major step forward in the ongoing operational development of the aircraft formally known as the Bombardier CSeries, th...

Jason Shaw
Two more A330-900neo's for TAP Air Portugal
Civil Aviation
Two more A330-900neo's for TAP Air Portugal

Last year in December the Portuguese national carrier, TAP became the first airline in the world to offer its clients un...

Rūta Burbaitė
GOL Airlines B737 shoots fireballs out of engine, forced to land
Civil Aviation
GOL Airlines B737 shoots fireballs out of engine, forced to land

A regular one-hour flight to São Paulo on Tuesday afternoon, January 15, 2019, turned into a ‘blazing&rsquo...

Clément Charpentreau
Airbus conquest of Boeing soil: new A220 assembly line in Mobile
Civil Aviation
Airbus conquest of Boeing soil: new A220 assembly line in Mobile

Continuing its American expansion, Airbus launched a new assembly line on its Mobile manufacturing site in Alabama,...

Clément Charpentreau
Ethiopian Boeing 777F intercepted over Indonesia, forced to land
Civil Aviation
Ethiopian Boeing 777F intercepted over Indonesia, forced to land

An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 777 freighter, performing a non scheduled flight from Ethiopia to Singapore, was intercepte...

Ina Hladyshava
Unsympathetic: US passengers file $3.5M suit against Aeroflot
Civil Aviation
Unsympathetic: US passengers file $3.5M suit against Aeroflot

Russian flag carrier Aeroflot became the source of a complaint coming from US passengers, who intend to claim up to $3.5...

Rūta Burbaitė
Civil Aviation
United, Delta admit worries over impact of government shutdown

UPDATED. Since the partial U.S. government shutdown began on December 22, 2018, most of the attention has been focused o...

Avion Express
Civil Aviation
Avion Express ended 2018 with record results and new clients

The largest narrow-body ACMI operator in the world Avion Express announced its production results of 2018. The company c...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Embraer, Boeing joint venture cleared for takeoff by government

The government of Brazil approved the strategic partnership between Boeing and Embraer, on January 10, 2019, putting an...

Rūta Burbaitė
Civil Aviation
Mystery of crashed 737 MAX 8: ‘crucial’ second black box found

Just as hopes to find the second black box of the crashed Boeing 737 MAX began to fade, a more than two-month-long strug...

Airbus starts recruitment for new US production line.
Jason Shaw
Civil Aviation
Airbus starts recruitment for new US production line.

As orders from American carriers flood in the A220, the aircraft formally known as the Bombardier Cseries, the European...

Jason Shaw
Civil Aviation
Tipping the crew?

Just before 2019 dawned, JT Genter over at TPG alerted us to an unusual sight, cabin crew from a US budget carrier virtu...

Ina Hladyshava
Civil Aviation
MC-21 service entry threatened by US sanctions

The Russian narrow-body airliner Irkut MC-21, boldly advertised by the manufacturer to have a greater economic efficienc...