According to a story in Kommersant, Russia’s Azimuth has taken delivery of a new SSJ with “second category” engines. The problem is likely to grow, according to the story, with the airline expecting to take more aircraft, also with “second...
The Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has started checking the airworthiness of Russian commercial airliners transferred to the Russian aviation registry in the first half of 2022. This follows the instructions of the head of the agency, Alexander...
CFM International has responded positively to the request of Airbus to ramp up the production of the LEAP engines and meet higher rates in 2024. CFM-parent Safran Group confirmed this during an earnings call on April 29 on the first-quarter results. This would mean...
The US Department of Transportation (DoT) has added seven aircraft of Belarus airline Belavia to its list for the apparent violation of US export rules. The Department said on April 14 that its Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) identified the seven Boeing 737s for...
“It is way, way too early to determine the effect of the situation in Russia”, Boeing’s Ihssane Mounir, Senior Vice President for Commercial Sales and Marketing, told AirInsight two weeks ago. He might be right, but Boeing’s accounting office has taken a different...
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