Welcome to Morning Call for October 27, 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

  • Analysis: Mitsubishi looking to revive CRJ product line with hydrogen propulsion – SmartAviation
  • Airbus executive says output goal based on jet deals – Reuters
  • Ten years on, is the Boeing 787 Dreamliner still more dream than a nightmare? – CNN
  • GA Telesis adds six 737-800SF freighter conversions to existing AEI order – ABN

Business Aviation

  • Prototype test plane crashes in Belgium after pilot ejects – Brussels Times
  • Bombardier Safety Standdown turns 25- AIN

Airlines

  • JetBlue turns Q3 profit with government support – Flight Global
  • Heathrow Airport: pre-pandemic demand may not return until 2026 – Airport Technology
  • Will new Saudi mega-carrier challenge GCC airlines? – Amwaj
  • Air Transat’s New Transatlantic Route ‘A Dream Come True’ For Quebec – Routes

 Urban Air Mobility

  • Heathrow and Vertical look into EVTOL tie-up – Key Aero
  • Chinese electric-vehicle maker Xpeng plans to mass-produce flying cars by 2024 and says they’ll cost less than $157,000 – BusinessInsider

Social Media

  • A Qantas Boeing 787 Dreamliner was significantly damaged by Brisbane International Airport after a tornado hit Brisbane last Friday – AirLive
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