Forgotten seems how he steered Qantas through the pandemic, how the airline returned to profitability under his leadership, and how he forged new initiatives like Project Sunrise and airline alliances. For a few weeks, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has been in the center of...
Archer Aviation and Wisk Aero have settled their federal and state court litigation, which was pending a jury trial. Instead of continuing their legal battle, Archer and Boeing-owned Wisk have announced a partnership that allows Archer to source autonomy technology...
A number of shareholders have filed a lawsuit against Spirit AeroSystems. In a filing by The Klein Law Firm, they allege Spirit of violating Federal securities laws in relation to the tailfin fitting quality issue of the Boeing 737 MAX. Because of incomplete...
Jet It, a North Carolina-based fractional ownership and charter operator, shut down its flight operations just before Memorial Day. In shutting down operations, Jet It CEO Glenn Gonzales cited the HondaJet as the cause of the company’s failure, claiming that the...
The attempt of the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to block the proposed merger of JetBlue and Spirit Airlines by filing a civil antitrust lawsuit opens up a whole new chapter in the battle for Spirit. Let’s have a look at what the parties say. The Department of...
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