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Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Rostec considers rebranding Superjet 100 again
Civil Aviation
Rostec considers rebranding Superjet 100 again

Superjet 100 makers might finally be coming to terms with the questionable reputation of the airliner: previously p...

Agnė Gaidamavičiūtė
New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Train Pilots
Civil Aviation
New Aviation Training Centre in Vietnam is Ready to Train Pilots

BAA Training Vietnam, brand new aviation training centre, announces being officially ready for training, as the training...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
European aviation: bankruptcy season is around the corner
Civil Aviation
European aviation: bankruptcy season is around the corner

The failures of WOW Air and Aigle Azur that European market saw in 2019 are unlikely to mark the end of the bankruptcy s...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Airbus suffers hangar incident in Mobile, Alabama plant
Civil Aviation
Airbus suffers hangar incident in Mobile, Alabama plant

Airbus has suffered an incident in its plant in Mobile, Alabama, as a fire suppression went off at one of the hangars. P...

Clément Charpentreau
Aviation authorities critical of FAA Boeing 737 MAX certification
Civil Aviation
Aviation authorities critical of FAA Boeing 737 MAX certification

In the coming weeks, several world aviation authorities should submit a report on the certification of the Boeing 737 MA...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Japan Airlines to potentially purchase Malaysia Airlines stake
Civil Aviation
Japan Airlines to potentially purchase Malaysia Airlines stake

Malaysia Airlines, which has been running under constant losses, seems to have acquired another potential buyer, Japan A...

AeroTime Team
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...

AeroTime Team
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...

AeroTime Team
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...

Rytis Beresnevicius
Civil Aviation
Following EASA, India to certify 737 MAX individually

India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the DGCA, is reportedly lingering around with the idea of certif...

Rūta Burbaitė
Civil Aviation
Cathay Pacific cuts capacity after “incredibly challenging” month

Caught in the crossfire between the politics of mainland China and anti-government protests in Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific...

Živilė Zalagėnaitė
Civil Aviation
Muilenburg: US-China trade war is a risk to Boeing 787 Dreamliner

The ongoing trade war between the United States and China is a risk factor for Boeing wide-body plane sales. The company...

Boeing “is making good, solid progress” on 737 MAX return
Rytis Beresnevicius
Civil Aviation
Boeing “is making good, solid progress” on 737 MAX return

At a recent conference organized by Morgan Stanley, Boeing's CEO, Dennis Muilenburg has provided further updates on...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Airbus issues safety bulletin for three helicopter types

Following the crash of a helicopter that killed six people at the end of August in Norway, Airbus Helicopters issued an...

Clément Charpentreau
Civil Aviation
Just In: Two people die in cargo crash in Ohio

A Convair 440 Metropolitan cargo plane crashed and caught fire near Toledo-Express Airport, United States, killing the t...