Remember the pictures of the first computer the size of a big room? It’s the same for Airbus’ latest ZEROe hydrogen fuel-cell demonstrator engine. The countless components, plumbing, stacks, and electronics take up a significant part of the E-Aircraft System...
Emirates expects to return to profitability again in its full financial year 2022-2023, reporting strong results in the first six months. It is seeing continued strong customer demand in the second half year, although inflation, the strong US dollar, and other...
Japan is to see a second operator of the Boeing MAX. After All Nippon Airways, it is now Skymark Airlines that plans to introduce up to twelve MAX 8s and -10s to the fleet. Boeing wins new Japanese MAX customer with Skymark. The airline has four aircraft on direct...
Emirates is to embark on the biggest cabin refurbishment program in its history. Commencing in November and running through April 2025, the carrier will update the interiors of 120 aircraft with Premium Economy seats. Emirates starts rolling out Premium Economy...
Lufthansa will bring back the Airbus A380 into service for the 2023 summer schedule, it announced on June 27. The news comes a week after CEO Carsten Spohr told reporters in Doha that a decision would be made before the end of July, in order to have sufficient time to...
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