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Rolls-Royce admits Trent 1000 blade issues to prolong groundings
MRO
Rolls-Royce admits Trent 1000 blade issues to prolong groundings

Rolls-Royce is facing yet another stumbling block in the way of solving its intermediate pressure turbine (IPT) blade pr...

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...

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...

Narita airport to operate extra hour starting winter 2019
Events
Narita airport to operate extra hour starting winter 2019

While being the smallest of the two main airports serving Tokyo, Narita airport is striving to prove it is the better on...

Muilenburg: US-China trade war is a risk to Boeing 787 Dreamliner
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...

After Norwegian Trent 1000 fallout ‒ new safety recommendations
Civil Aviation
After Norwegian Trent 1000 fallout ‒ new safety recommendations

Italian authorities have issued three recommendations to increase Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine safety, following a seri...

How airlines deal with emergency situations? [Interview]
Civil Aviation
How airlines deal with emergency situations? [Interview]

When the time of crisis comes and the worst happens, nobody wants to be in their shoes. But it is their job to rise to t...

More customers express frustration over Airbus A320neo delays
Civil Aviation
More customers express frustration over Airbus A320neo delays

Just as Airbus revealed having increased its production rates in the first half of 2019, particularly ramping-up product...

Ryanair to fire 900 pilots and cabin crew, blames MAX and Brexit
Civil Aviation
Ryanair to fire 900 pilots and cabin crew, blames MAX and Brexit

Ryanair has confirmed plans to fire “approximately” 900 of its current employees. The news comes days after...

Boeing to take $5B hit due to 737 MAX groundings
Aviation Economics
Boeing to take $5B hit due to 737 MAX groundings

The 737 MAX grounding crisis will cost Boeing $5.6 billion in revenue, to be recognized in the financial results of the...

BREAKING | Dutch authorities name four suspects in MH17 crash
Civil Aviation
BREAKING | Dutch authorities name four suspects in MH17 crash

The Dutch authorities are charging four suspects in Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash case, the joint investigati...

Ryanair postpones first Boeing 737 MAX deliveries to winter 2019
Civil Aviation
Ryanair postpones first Boeing 737 MAX deliveries to winter 2019

Ryanair continues to have “utmost confidence” in Boeing 737 MAX, but is postponing the delivery of its first...

Cho Yang-ho, head of Korean Air dynasty, dies
Civil Aviation
Cho Yang-ho, head of Korean Air dynasty, dies

Cho Yang-ho, Korean Air chairman, has died due to illness at a hospital in the United States on April 8, 2019. The 70-ye...

Status check: Airbus slowly moving forward with A220
Civil Aviation
Status check: Airbus slowly moving forward with A220

Airbus expects the demand for 100 to 150 seat aircraft to represent “at least” 7,000 planes over the next 20...

NTSB recovers Atlas Air black boxes
Civil Aviation
NTSB recovers Atlas Air black boxes

The United States National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) has found both flight recorders from the crashed Atlas...

Rolls-Royce pulls out from Boeing NMA program
Civil Aviation
Rolls-Royce pulls out from Boeing NMA program

Rolls-Royce withdraws from the competition to power Boeing’s proposed middle of the market aircraft, the New Midsi...