UPDATE May 15 – The acquisition of South African Airways (SAA) by Takatso Aviation Proprietary Ltd seemed to be a step closer late last week after the Competition Commission announced that two shareholders would divest their interest in Takatso. The Commission...
Industry news has been full of complaints about the Pratt & Whitney GTF. Now there is an AD on the CFM LEAP as well. KLM Cityhopper put out this note about the GTF-powered Embraer E2 fleet this morning. There’s engine trouble all over.The GTF news is well...
Qantas is seeking clarity from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) as to why it is opposing the acquisition of Alliance Airlines. Qantas had been optimistic that the ACCC would rule in favor of the full acquisition, but the commission said today...
Growing frustration with delays in making good on issues that have grounded a number of Pratt & Whitney PW1524G-3 powered Airbus A220s has drawn African carriers Air Tanzania (ATC) and Air Senegal closer, as they consider a joint bid to seek recompense from the...
Indian low-cost airline Go First plans to sue Pratt & Whitney’s parent company Raytheon Technologies over compensation for financial damages it suffers from the continuous grounding and repairs of the Geared Turbofan engines on its Airbus A320neo fleet. Go First...
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