The COMAC C919 is expected to receive its airworthiness certificate next week on September 19 or 9/19, Chinese media have reported today September 13. The news was first announced by the China Times and later by Reuters. COMAC C919 set for a 9/19 certification....
China’s air transport regulator CAAC has granted Uganda Airlines rights to fly to China. The letter assigning the rights was addressed to the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority. The airline got the information on June 17. Uganda Airlines cleared for services to...
UPDATE – A day after the fatal accident with one of its Boeing 737-800s, China Eastern Airlines has grounded the type until further notice, causing significant disruptions in its flight schedule. It is unclear when the carrier will resume services with the -800....
Following rising Covid infections in Shanghai, China’s Civil Aviation Administration has decided to shut down Shanghai Pudong International Airport for incoming international flights for a six-week period. Starting coming Monday, March 21 and until May 1,...
The first Boeing MAX 8s from Chinese airlines are expected to return to service before the end of the year. But this depends entirely on how quickly the grounded aircraft will be modified and cockpit crew trained for the revised procedures. Still, Boeing can breathe a...
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