Morning Call for Wednesday 5 May features stories focusing on the freighter market, two business milestones, another airline retiring the A380 while another wants to bring them back, and a major aerospace player indicating that batteries aren’t yet ready for UAM operations.

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Top Aviation News Stories

Commercial Aviation

  • Israel Aerospace signs deal for Boeing 777 cargo conversions in South Korea – Reuters
  • Work gets underway at Stavatti Aerospace in Niagara – BizJournals
  • Airbus sees gap in widebody freighter market as Boeing is hit by new rules – Loadstar
  • COMAC completes production, test flight center – GlobalTimes

Business Aviation

  • Pilatus Delivers 1800th PC-12 – CutterAviation
  • Second Falcon 6X Makes Successful First Flight – Dassault

Airlines

  • Malaysia Airlines Retiring Airbus A380 – OMAT
  • Delta and BCD sign industry-first global travel management sustainable fuel agreement – Delta
  • Delta to retrofit Airbus A330, Boeing 767 fleets – TPG
  • Emirates busy winter 2021, hints A380 return – Aerotime

Urban Mobility

  • Textron to take time over eVTOL development as batteries ‘not yet ready’ – FlightGlobal

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