Universal Hydrogen’s hydroelectric Dash 8 performed its first flight at Moses Lake in Washington State. The flight lasted 15 minutes. Universal Hydrogen replaced the starboard engine on the Dash 8 with a magni650 electric propulsion unit (EPU). This EPU was...
This month, Avianca and GOL shareholders announced the launch of the Abra Group Limited, a new holding that looks relatively similar to the International Airlines Group in Europe. The Abra Group Limited will be composed of Avianca, GOL, Viva Colombia, and Viva Perú...
On Thursday evening, the Mexican government issued a filing stating that both terminals at the Mexico City International Airport (MEX) are saturated again. Does this signal an amazing recovery from the airline industry in the country or a more potentially troublesome...
Airbus has released detailed technical specifications of its new freighter the A350F. This finally gives us the opportunity the see what the aircraft is like. How does the Airbus A350F compare? 1 – The A350F versus her A350 siblings: Subscriber content –...
Does Azul really want LATAM? That’s the question we all had this week after Azul’s CEO, John Rodgerson, said the company is ready to make an offer if LATAM creditors fail to agree on a restructuring plan. What’s going on here? Azul has been pointing out its interest...
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