Wizz Air plans to launch operations in October with a new subsidiary based in Malta. The launch date is subject to regulatory approval from the Maltese Civil Aviation Directorate (CAD) and Europe’s EASA. Wizz Air plans to launch Maltese subsidiary in October. Wizz...
EASA, the European aviation authority, suspended EASA certification of current Russian aircraft and will no longer accept applications to certify new Russian aircraft. These new developments are in addition to sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine that Russia...
Uganda Airlines is planning to launch long-haul services to Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East later in 2022. Longer-term, the airline is looking at services to India and even China, it confirms to AirInsight. Uganda Airlines plans more long-haul services this...
Chinese eVTOL-maker AutoFlight is seeking European certification of its Prosperity I vehicle and has therefore established a new R&D and Certification Center in Augsburg (Germany). AutoFlight hopes to get EASA certification in 2025. China’s AutoFlight enters...
UPDATE – Going to court with one of your biggest and high-profile customers doesn’t seem like a clever thing to do. Yet, it’s exactly this step that Airbus is seriously considering in an attempt to solve the ongoing spat with “one of its customers”, Qatar...
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