Airbus is closely monitoring the situation around Russia but says it is too early to comment on the effects of the sanctions that have been imposed by the European Commission since last Friday. These sanctions prohibit the sale and trade of aircraft and aircraft parts...
With the 2022 Singapore Airshow starting on Tuesday, the focus of the aviation industry is on Asia this week. It has been the region first affected by the Covid-crisis in 2020 and continues to be the last where travel restrictions apply, although some re-opening is...
A new Dutch start-up, Venturi Aviation, eyes to offer a 44-seat full-electric regional aircraft in eight to ten years. This would make it the biggest electric aircraft available on the market. However, the start-up has many boxes to tick before the concept will become...
Flight testing of the COMAC C919 is still a long way off being completed anytime soon before the type will be certified. Yet, the Chinese OEM expects the first deliveries of the single-aisle aircraft to happen this year. COMAC C919 still needs some 240 flights until...
Do you remember the fallout between an airline and an aircraft manufacturer over quality issues and safety concerns? No, we aren’t talking Qatar Airways versus Airbus here, but Air Astana versus Embraer. The dispute came to light last July and got only limited...
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