Welcome to Morning Call for September 14, 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 has backlog of almost 500 orders for new A220 aircraft – Irish Times
  • Rolls-Royce, Babcock sell stakes in AirTanker defence business – Reuters
  • World’s largest aircraft dubbed ‘flying bum’ to be ready for passenger transportation in 2025 – designboom
  • India’s SpiceJet settles with Boeing MAX aircraft lessor CDB Aviation – Reuters

Business Aviation

  • Bombardier set to launch updated version of Challenger 350 private jet – Reuters

Airlines

  • Why I no longer avoid flying with Spirit, Frontier and other budget carriers – points guy
  • Delta Air Lines official says 4,000 unvaccinated employees got shots after surcharge announcement – The Hill
  • Breeze set to become biggest A220-300 operator – AirInsight
  • Icelandic startup fly play CEO welcomes comparison to defunct Wow Air – Airline Weekly
  • Qantas-JAL agreement meets Waterloo down under – AirInsight

 Urban Air Mobility

  • This eVTOL claims to be better than a helicopter, and quieter too.  Has a range of 3 hours- Autoevolution

Social Media

  • 767 lands in heavy turbulence – Twitter

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