Yesterday the CAAC issued COMAC with its production certificate for the C919. The type certification was issued in September. COMAC now has permission to accelerate from making test aircraft to full production. COMAC likely delivers its first customer C919 to...
The global pandemic is still impacting the airline and aviation industry, witness the continuing lockdowns in China and the slow recovery of airline traffic in Asia. We’ve analyzed data until our eyes are blurry, examined the data for emerging trends, and spoken to...
Pratt & Whitney, MTU Aero Engines, GKN Aerospace, Collins Aerospace, and Airbus are joining forces in a consortium to research and develop a new, sustainable and efficient turbofan engine concept that could become available around the mid-2030s. It’s probably not...
Norse Atlantic has successfully raised NOK 300 million ($30 million) through a conditional private placement of 120 million new shares. Proceeds of the placement will be used as a cash buffer for the airline’s subsidiary Norse Atlantic UK. Norse secures financial...
It’s just the first of many tests, but Rolls-Royce has successfully completed testing direct-burn of hydrogen in a modified aircraft engine. A number of tests were done in early November as part of a joint program with easyJet. Rolls-Royce completes first test with...
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