American Airlines has placed an order with Boom Supersonic for twenty Overture supersonic transport (SST) aircraft, with an option on another forty. The carrier has also paid a non-refundable deposit on the first twenty aircraft, the two companies announced on August...
August 10, 2022, will go into aviation history not as the most significant day, but as a very important one to Boeing. The airframer has delivered the first 787 since the production pause in May 2021, and will – hopefully- be able to close the book on one of the...
American Airlines is the next major airline to invest in ZeroAvia, the start-up that is developing hydrogen fuel cell technology and an electric motor for use on regional to short-haul aircraft. The investment also includes a Memorandum of Understanding for up to 100...
Both American Airlines and United Airlines returned to profitability in the second quarter, their first profits since the start of the pandemic. This was thanks to the fact that the two major US carriers had their best Q2 profits ever, they announced this week....
A couple of days ahead of the Farnborough Airshow, urban air mobility (UAM) start-up Vertical Aerospace has announced a couple of interesting business updates. American Airlines has confirmed delivery slots and its commitment to purchase fifty VX4 vehicles, while...
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