Welcome back to Morning Call for 3 January 2022, 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 has a $260 million wide-body jet that it just can’t sell – BusInsider
  • Indonesia allows Boeing 737 MAX, the plane at the center of the fatal Lion Air crash, back in its skies – SCMP
  • Russian MC-21-300 passenger jet obtains type certificate – Aerotime
  • Airbus wins 60-plane order from Aviation Capital – Seattle Times
  • Airbus meets target with 610 deliveries – AirInsight

 Business Aviation

  • Dassault completes first round of 6X cold soak trials – AIN
  • Flight Safety Foundation calls for collaboration on 5G implementation – BAN
  • Bombardier vows EPD environmental transparency for all new bizjets – Runway Girl

Airlines

  • Ethiopian Airlines to resume Boeing 737 MAX flights three years after the deadly crash – Seattle Times
  • Airlines canceled over 8,000 flights across new years weekend  … – Bus Insider
  • 10 Airlines that made electric and hydrogen-powered aircraft investments, partnerships in 2021 – Aviation Today
  • Five 2022 New Year’s resolutions for the US airline industry – Forbes
  • Spirit to double pay for flight attendants through Jan. 4th – The Hill

Urban Air Mobility

  • Vermont stakes its claim as a launchpad for aerospace innovation – Future Flight

Social Media

  • Commercial formation flying – Twitter
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