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Commercial Aviation

  • Chinese spy convicted for trying to steal GE Aviation composite technology – Flight Global
  • Wall St. banks reap $7.2bn in dealmaking fees linked to GE break-up – Financial Times
  • Boeing admits its software caused Ethiopia 737-MAX crash but refuses to pay families a penny – CityAM
  • After the crisis: how Guillaume Faury is readying Airbus for better times – Flight Global
  • China’s Boeing purchases seen as ‘weakness’ in US trade deal probe, hurt by ‘sour’ relations-SCMP
  • Boeing set to dent Airbus India dominance with 737 MAX order – BNN

Business Aviation

  • Clay Lacy sees slow, but growing interest in SAF – AIN
  • High-performance bizjets to remain market drivers in the Middle East – BlueSky
  • Bombardier sees Middle East new and pre-owned aircraft boom – AIN

Airlines

  • Ryanair capacity exceeding pre-crisis levels in November – Flight Global
  • American Airlines ends 60 years of shuttle history with New York-Boston exit – Airline Weekly
  • Why PCR testing is crucial to rebuilding aviation – Flight Global
  • EU eyes blacklisting airlines over migrant flights, not intimidated by gas threats – Metro
  • SAS increases the number of flights to the US as demand for travel rises after reopening of borders – Aviation24

Urban Air Mobility

  • Wright seeks stakeholder guidance on fuel cell options for electric airliners – FutureFlight
  • Ohio Advanced Air Mobility Showcase demonstrates US capabilities in UAM/AAM – UAM News

Social Media

  • St. Elmo’s fire from an A330 – Twitter
  • Airplane gets struck by lightning – Twitter
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