Welcome to Morning Call for November 2, 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

  • Jazeera Air Still Keen to Order Airbus A321s – Bloomberg
  • Ryanair slams ‘delusionary’ Boeing in 737 jet price row – Reuters
  • Emirates to hold talks with Boeing at Dubai Airshow over 777X delays – Reuters
  • Mixed Fleet Flying (MFF): Worth the Risk? – Travelradar
  • Electric Airplanes Won’t Make Much of a Dent in Air Travel for Decades to Come – IEEE

Business Aviation

  • COP26 hypocrites – DailyMail
  • Heli XP Wraps with Booming Market – AIN

Airlines

  • American Airlines meltdown –WSJ
  • American Airlines Cancels 12 Percent of Monday’s Flights Amid Crew Shortage – Townhall
  • Ryanair losses sharply narrow as skies reopen – AFP
  • SpiceJet employees strike over salary issue – TheHindu

 Urban Air Mobility

  • Israeli startup unveils electric ‘flying car’ for consumer travel – TimesofIsrael
  • Eve to Start Urban Air Mobility Ecosystem Evaluation Flights in Brazil Next Month – AviationToday

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