Rolls-Royce has run the first test of the UltraFan technology demonstrator engine. The test was successfully completed using Testbed 80 in Derby, where preparations have been underway since December. The engine maker issued an embargoed press statement on Wednesday...
Archer has completed the final assembly of the first Midnight aircraft and is readying the eVTOL for the first flight and test program later this summer. The vehicle will start with ground testing at the Salinas (California) test facility, where the Midnight was...
India’s National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) reversed its order on Go First plea to begin insolvency resolution proceedings. This comes even as the airline extended its flight cancellations till May 9. India’s NCLT reverses plea Go First to start insolvency....
[UPDATE with Pratt & Whitney statement] Go First, the Mumbai-based and third-largest Indian carrier, filed an application with the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) Delhi for resolution under section 10 of the Insolvency Bankruptcy Code (IBC). The airline says...
It might be a tiny $10 million net profit, but American Airlines outperformed its main US rivals United Airlines and Delta Air Lines by producing a Q1 profit against their losses. Excluding special items, the profit would have been $33 million. The net profit is the...
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