Welcome to Morning Call for October 26, 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 rejects pressure to curb record jet output goal – Reuters
  • Spirit Airlines selects Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power up to 150 new Airbus A320neo family aircraft – WAN
  • Pockets of demand disrupt expected narrowbody retirement surge – AvWeek
  • MHIRJ and ZeroAvia to collaborate on the design & development of Zero Emission propulsion technology for Regional Jets – ZeroAvia
  • The compliance kitchen – Boeing chief technical pilot indicted- JDSupra

Business Aviation

  • Dickson: FAA quickly turning around training LODAs- AIN
  • ARGUS releases new safety rating as trio become Platinum Elite – BAN

Airlines

  • Why fuel, fleet, and loads are key to restructured Latin carriers’ recovery – Flight Global
  • Guidance from aielines still help captive by shifting Covid conditions – Airline Weekly
  • Start-up Northern Pacific aims to bring Icelandair model to transpacific travel – Flight Global
  • United Airlines says unvaccinated pilots costing it millions – BNN

 Urban Air Mobility

  • Chinese EV maker Xpeng touts car that can also operate on roads; plans for 2024 rollout – CNBC
  • Driving to new heights: Canadian team designs flying car set to take off soon- Global News

Social Media

  • Blimp doing a steep takeoff – Twitter
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