Welcome to Morning Call for November 10, 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

  • GE will split into 3 units, ending conglomerate for good – Mint
  • VietJet to expand fleet, closes deal with Airbus – Airways
  • Lessors in Saudia Airbus legal row denied access to executive’s phone data – Flight Global
  • Over 11,000 Boeing workers are seeking vaccine exemptions – Fox
  • De Havilland Aircraft will complete the aircraft currently under production – WAN

Business Aviation

  • Embraer unveils Energia family of sustainable aircraft – BAN
  • Abu Dhabi Aviation sets up presence in Ghana and Cyprus – AIN

Airlines

  • Gulf’s Kuwait Airways in talks with Airbus to amend 2014 aircraft order – Reuters
  • United Airlines ends all flights to 8 more U.S. cities – TraveloffPath
  • British Airways to hire 4,000 in reversal of Covid era cuts – BNN
  • United wins injunction battle, but will it lose the war? – CCB

 Urban Air Mobility

  • Overair expands headquarters for next stage of Butterfly EVTOL’s metamorphosis – FutureFlight

Social Media

  • New podcast ‘Hooked’ explains how addiction led a Seattle Boeing engineer to rob banks – Seattle Times
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