UPDATE – Airbus has delivered the first A350-900 with the New Production Standard 2022. This version has a lower empty weight and a higher maximum take-off weight (MTOW). It also has a wider cabin, which offers space for thirty extra seats in a three-class...
European aerospace OEMs like Airbus, Dassault, Pipistrel, Rolls-Royce, and Safran can continue or start their research and development programs of disruptive technology for new commercial aircraft. Fourteen projects have been granted a combined €735 million for Phase...
The launch of a new airline in Nigeria seems a step closer, now that the government has selected Ethiopian Airlines as the preferred bidder. Ethiopian is set to become a minority shareholder in Nigeria Air. However, there seem to be last-minute issues about who will...
With a global delay in the delivery of new aircraft, Pieter Elbers, the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of IndiGo, is not ruling out the possibility of the airline going for short-term leasing of aircraft. Elbers joined IndiGo after spending his entire...
After a long and careful thought, De Havilland Canada has selected a site near Calgary for its new facilities. Called De Havilland Field, the facilities will consist not only of aircraft manufacturing and assembly halls, repair centers, training facilities, and...
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