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The GTF Advantage engine will be available for A320neo family aircraft starting in January 2024
The migration to fleets of more fuel-efficient and versatile aircraft is underway with Emirates moving to a simplified fleet of smaller airplanes, Qatar Airways embracing the smaller-jet philosophy and Etihad Airways positioning itself as a mid-size carrier
The aviation sector has to be more careful than ever before as it shoulders the responsibility of safe and sustainable travel for all concerned
The need for agility is now more obvious in MRO and the use of digital technology from data collection and tracking to supply-chain analysis is the most effective way to implement these changes and improvements
The new Boeing 777X is claimed to be the world’s largest and most efficient twin-engine jet
The airline industry strives to reduce emissions through a combination of technology, operational improvements and the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)
Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has claimed the Noida airport will be Asia’s largest and will generate employment opportunities for more than one lakh people
Finding a total lack of bona fide defence for the airline, the Madras High Court turned down the appeal by SpiceJet against its order passed in December 2021
Making its appearance in November this year at the first edition of the Selangor Aviation Show was Embraer’s E195-E2, the world’s most efficient and sustainable single-aisle jet.
In its 2021 market outlook Embraer foresees a demand in Malaysia for 60 aircraft under 150 seats capacity in the next ten years to spur regional connectivity.
Boeing and Atlas Air Worldwide announced an order for four 777 Freighters. The order, placed in December, rounds out a record-setting 2021 for Boeing’s freighter family including new-production and converted models.
Three African carriers announced orders for new aircraft at the recent Dubai Airshow demonstrating confidence in the region’s potential for the growth of air-traffic.
Indian start-up carrier Akasa Air has ordered 72 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at the recently held Dubai Airshow, marking a significant win for the manufacturer in an area of the single-aisle market currently heavily dominated by Airbus.
China’s civil aviation regulator has issued an airworthiness directive clearing the way for Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft to return to flight operations in China after three years.
On November 22, 2021, Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia said that the Centre was planning a Greenfield airport at Puri and Phase-II expansion of Jharsuguda Airport apart from making two more small airports...
On December 11 this year, speaking at the Drone Fair organised at the Madhav Institute of Technology and Science Gwalior, the Minister of Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia said that five schools dedicated to drone technology will be set up in Madhya Pradesh.
Textron Aviation’s Beechcraft Denali completed its first test flight on November 23, 2021, crossing the latest milestone on the company’s track to make it the first “modern Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC)-controlled turboprop” powered by GE Aviation’s Catalyst engine.
Total global sales of business and general aviation aircraft electronics systems during the first nine months of the year increased to $1,761,553,466.94 or more than $1.7 billion for companies participating in the Aircraft...
On November 22 this year, online travel services firm MakeMyTrip said it will partner with the Ministry of Civil Aviation to promote regional air connectivity through the UDAN scheme.
The current and former Directors of Boeing have reached a $237.5 million proposed settlement with shareholders to settle a lawsuit over the safety oversight of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
The airline industry in the Middle East has developed into a thriving industry in the civil aviation sector with major hubs located at Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi