Dutch start-up Maeve Aerospace thinks it can hit the sweet spot with its full electric 44-seater that would perfectly fit in between net zero aircraft that other OEMs are planning to bring to the market. With the potential to grow the design, the Maeve would be more...
UPDATE – SAS has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at the New York Southern District Court on July 5. This follows a day after pilot unions announced a strike after they and the unions failed to reach an agreement. SAS files for Chapter 11. “The...
UPDATE – Another US airline to report record-high revenues in March is Alaska Airlines. Like American Airlines, Alaska’s revenues for the month exceeded 2019 levels for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the airline said on April 21 in its Q1...
The closure of US airspace to Russian aircraft that becomes effective at the end of today, March 2, is a delayed response to the same decision taken by the European Union and Canada on Sunday. “The United States stands with our allies and partners across the world in...
AirAsia X has hit out at critics in a strongly-worded statement, after creditors to the long-haul, low-cost carrier overwhelmingly approved a debt restructuring plan. The carrier’s 12 November statement, desrcribed the restructuring as a “wide and deep reset,” and is...
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