Welcome to Morning Call for September 24, 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

  • United plans to make #sustainability the new standard in flight. – YouTube
  • Avolon ‘could wait five years before placing a plane order – Independent
  • Boeing forecasts China’s 20-year commercial aircraft market at nearly $1.5 trillion – Global Times
  • Airbus production ramp-up ‘constrained’ by supply-chain woes – BNN
  • Can Boeing revive Dreamliner magic? – Flight Global
  • Ryanair and Boeing have fallen out in public.  Here’s why that matters – CNN
  • Delta CEO Bastian says there is a “place” for the Boeing 737 Max in carrier’s fleet – AirlineWeekly

Business Aviation

  • Eve and Bristow partner to develop UAM capabilities – Vertical

 Airlines

  • Southwest CEO Robert Jordan must manage 114 new aircraft during his first year – AirlineWeekly
  • SAA resumed flying after an 18-month suspension – AirlineWeekly
  • Wizz Air focused on organic growth – chief supply chain officer – Reuters
  • Porter CEO: E195-E2 fleet will focus on trans-con routes, not the Caribbean – Routes

 Urban Air Mobility

  • Geely, Volocopter team up for aircraft joint venture – China.org

 Social Media

  • Fuel truck crashes into two planes – Twitter

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