Welcome to Morning Call for 15 November 2021, and the Top Aviation News Stories for today.  You can also search our Archives for older news stories by date.  

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Commercial Aviation

  • Airbus secures mega-order for 255 narrow-body jets at Dubai Airshow – Irish Times
  • FAA raises concerns over engineers appointed by Boeing for airplane certification – The Hill
  • Heroux-Devtek boosts profits but sees sales fall as pandemic continues to take toll – BNN
  • Why the time for Open Fan is Now – GE Aviation
  • Travel demand is up.  So why aren’t new Boeing 737 MAX jets being delivered? – Tennessean
  • Airbus in talks with Air Lease on big order including freighters – BNN
  • Airbus says it can’t meet the current demand for single aisle jets – NY Latest

Business Aviation

  • Dassault promotes Falcon flagships in Dubai – AIN
  • UAE’s Empire Aviation to represent Gulfstream in India – AIN

Airlines

  • Porter finalizes sale and leaseback of up to 19 Embraer E195-E2 aircraft – WAN
  • Malaysia’s AirAsiaX creditors agree restructuring, Airbus orders cut – Reuters
  • Lebanon’s MEA pushes back A330neos as it battles dual crises – Flight Global
  • Boeing ‘encouraged’ by signs China may soon clear MAX to fly – BNN

Urban Air Mobility

  • Autonomous aircraft could expand the aviation ecosystem – Future Flight

Social Media

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