Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of March 2022: 28 – Boeing has named Ted Colbert (picture) as the new President and CEO of its Defense, Space and Security business unit. Colbert succeeds Leanne Caret, who will be retiring after...
UK regional carrier Flybe has taken another step towards relaunching services early next year by taking delivery of its first aircraft. Lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) delivered the first of twelve De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400s to the airline’s new base at...
The rebirth of the storied brand last year was celebrated across the commercial aviation world. De Havilland Canada (DHC) is a brand associated with classic aircraft like the Beaver and Twin Otter. It is quintessentially Canadian. Coming after the shrinking of...
UK-regional airline Flybe has ceased all operations and filed for administration on March 5. It is the first airline to fail since the outbreak of Covid-19, with a drastic drop in traffic resulting in a cash shortage the airline was unable to overcome. Some 2.000 jobs...
Air France/KLM, Delta Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic will start joint operations this month, implementing a strategy that was laid out in their May 2018 agreement. The combined airlines promise a smooth and consistent travel experience, with the focus on transatlantic...
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