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17 November 2021Commercial Aviation

  • India’s Akasa Air orders 72 Boeing 737 MAX jets – Reuters
  • Saudia weighs bumper jetliner order to reach 250-strong fleet – BNN
  • Etihad Airways to consider new A350 freighter for fleet replacements – National
  • Analysis: Freighters to the fore as planemakers bet on trade flows – Reuters
  • Agreement signed for Boeing’s largest titanium supplier at Dubai Air Show – Aerospace Mfrg
  • U.S. judge oks Boeing agreement to settle Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash claims – Reuters
  • Ibom Air signs agreement with Airbus to acquire 10 new aircraft – Nigerian Tribune

Business Aviation

  • Tight bizjet inventory creating need for urgency, caution – AIN
  • Gulfstream to feature Thales flight control computers on G400 and G800 – Av Today
  • Embraer keeps its aircraft in the air for longer – BAN

Airlines 

  • Kuwait budget carrier Jazeera places 28 jet Airbus order – Metro
  • Air Sengal to take batch of A220s from Macquarie backlog – Flight Global
  • Binter Canarias buys five new ATR 72-600 aircraft – Av24
  • Brazil’s Flapper to operate Caravans powered by MagniX electric motors – Flight Global
  • Overland Airways orders three new Embraer E175s – WAN
  • American Airlines to cut 27 routes in January 2022 – AvSource
  • British Airways resumes London Gatwick – Tampa flights – WAN

Urban Air Mobility

  • Universal Avionics to supply vision systems for Cityhawk eVTOL aircraft – FutureFlight

Social Media

  • What happens if you drop fire retardant onto a car – Twitter
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