Engine makers CFM International, GE Aerospace, and Safran Group hope to get a complete picture of the extent of unapproved parts sold with fraudulent documentation by UK-based company AOG Technics within fourteen days. The company and owner Jose Zamora Yrala were...
At a time when various airlines are voicing concerns over the effects on their 2024 schedules of the latest Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan issues, AirAsia is spreading a different message. The airline is confident that it will be able to fully reactivate and...
China’s Big Three airlines – Air China, China Southern, and China Eastern – all have now reported their half-year 2023 results. The picture that emerges is that all three have significantly reduced their losses, but have some way to go until they are out...
This new source is called the I-92. Look here to understand what is behind this source. I-92 data are obtained electronically from U.S. and foreign flag carriers operating international arrival or departure flights to and from the United States (Canada is included...
Qantas turned in its first profit in three years, reporting an underlying profit before tax of $2.472 billion for FY23 which closed in June. The airline benefitted from continued strong domestic demand and rebuilding of its international network, which is still in the...
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