Safran Group expects that the acquisition of Collins Aerospace’s actuation and flight control division from RTX will generate €1.5 billion in additional sales and contribute some €340 million to the pre-tax operating result (EBITDA). Safran and RTX, formerly...
airBaltic is in discussions with Airbus to exercise options for thirty Airbus A220-300s and place twenty new options. The latter would offer the airline the flexibility to opt for the stretched A220-500 when Airbus launches that version. CEO Martin Gauss confirmed a...
UPDATE – Embraer is pitching its E2-family to Lufthansa Group and LOT Polish Airlines, saying that the aircraft are the best solution for the replacement and growth plans of the two airlines. The Brazilian airframer used its Media Days for German and Polish...
Virgin Atlantic has not given up on the idea of launching flights to Indian destinations even though it entered into a code share agreement with IndiGo, an Indian domestic low-cost airline that has over 50 percent of the domestic market share. Virgin is keen to expand...
There was absolutely nothing coincidental to a chalet with a little yellow airplane sitting within maybe thirty meters of the Boeing MAX 10 near the static display of this week’s Farnborough Airshow. If there was anything that the maker of that airplane – Wisk –...
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