Welcome to Morning Call for November 1, 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

  • FAA selects SITA for oceanic data link for US – AsianAviation
  • Engine maker Safran not yet convinced on Airbus output plan – Reuters
  • Germany’s MTU voices caution over Airbus output plans – Reuters
  • Boeing, Airbus battle over freighters – 24/7 WSt.
  • FAA To Take Regulatory Action Over 5G Altimeter Interference  – AvWeb
  • Avianca Airbus A320 makes hard landing in Colombia, reaches almost 5G force – AeroTime

Business Aviation

  • NFPA removes bizav hangar foam requirement – AIN
  • Meet the Gulfstream G700, the current king of private aviation – Robb Report

Airlines

  • American Airlines meltdown –WSJ
  • British Airways’ new business class will be on all its Boeing 777s by the end of 2022 – Bus Insider
  • Southwest Airlines under fire after pilot says “Let’s go Brandon” over the intercom – Slate
  • How Qantas passengers burned four billion points in two weeks – Exec Tvlr
  • Chilean court approves Delta Air Lines/ LATAM joint venture – Aviation 24
  • SIA signs MOU with United Airlines – StraightsTimes

 Urban Air Mobility

  • Ferrovial launches plan for UK vertiport network with Vertical Aerospace – FutureFlight
  • Nearly 100 Years Ago, Nikola Tesla Patented a Vertical Takeoff Airplane – PopularMechanics

Social Media

  • Filming a plane commercial Twitter
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