A Daily Summary of Industry News covering
Commercial Aviation, Business Aviation, Airlines, Urban Air Mobility, and Social Media

Commercial Aviation

  • The Passing of Aviation Pioneer Joe Clark: NBAA
  • Lockdown Woes: Storage and return to service of grounded aircraft:  AvLawIndia
  • Another Boeing problem: Reuters
  • The FAA is issuing a proposed regulation to set noise standards for new supersonic airplanes: FAA
  • Airbus’ urban air mobility operations company, Voom, has ceased operating: AviationToday

Business Aviation

  • The first civilian version of the V-22 Osprey: VerticalMagazine
  • Pilot Report: Bombardier Global 7500: AIN

Airlines

  • The aviation industry is now less than half the size reported in mid-January: OAG
  • No, A Government Airline Bailout Wasn’t Necessary, And Just Makes Things Worse: VFTW
  • Oil is selling for less than $10 across key North American hubs: Bloomberg
  • Southwest CEO: We’re parking more planes and cutting spending as COVID-19 challenge grows: DallasMorningNews
  • Coronavirus Highlights U.S. Strategic Vulnerabilities Spawned By Overreliance On China: Forbes
  • Air New Zealand plans to lay off 3,500 employees: Reuters

Social

  • Air Transat retires A310: Twitter
  • Qantas’ last ever 747 flight lands in Sydney from Santiago de Chile: Twitter

Urban Air Mobility

  • Farnborough International asks the question: “UAM – is it all hype or a sector worth pursuing?” – Urban Air Mobility News
  • A Rest Stop Where Flying Cars Can Recharge WIRED

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Co-Founder AirInsight. My previous life includes stints at Shell South Africa, CIC Research, and PA Consulting. Got bitten by the aviation bug and ended up an Avgeek. Then the data bug got me, making me a curious Avgeek seeking data-driven logic. Also, I appreciate conversations with smart people from whom I learn so much. Summary: I am very fortunate to work with and converse with great people.

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