This morning Rolls-Royce announced it has completed building and is preparing to test its UltraFan® technology demonstrator. The demonstrator engine was transported from the build workshop and into Testbed 80 in Derby, UK, where it was mounted in preparation for...
British Airways can finally realize its low-cost aspirations after its subsidiary BA Euroflyer has received its own Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) and Operating Licence (OL). BA Euroflyer will now gradually take over the parent airline’s international short-haul...
The coming twelve months could be crucial for the consolidation of the airline industry in Southern Europe. Not just in Italy, where a final decision on the partial sale of ITA Airways is delayed as a new administration has entered office, but also in Portugal....
The US Regional Airlines Association starts its 2022 conference tomorrow. It should be very interesting. RAA members are the most pressurized airlines in the market. In preparation for the event, we assembled some data that provides a look at the state of the...
Covid caused some delays, but the development of Airbus Wing of Tomorrow has got to the next stage with the final assembly of the first prototype. It is the first of three composite demonstrator wings that will be thoroughly tested and evaluated before the lessons can...
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