Airbus has published, that the A350 XWB has gained type certification from the Transport Ministry of Japan, allowing the manufacturer to deliver aircraft to Japanese customers
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Major U.S. - carrier United Airlines and Boeing have announced, that the carrier has ordered additional B737 MAX and 777 aircraft.
Austria´s flag-carrier Austrian Airlines has announced a new strategy called #DriveTo25. The carrier seeks to expand its traffic figures at its Vienna Flight Hub.
Textron Aviation has announced that new flight deck features will be implemented into Cessna and Beechcraft aircraft.
German Start-Up carrier Sundair has announced, that the airline plans to welcome two new Airbus A319 aircraft to its fleet in the coming weeks.
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has released, that its latest addition to the portfolio, the Airbus A220, has gained 180-minute ETOPS approval by Transport Canada.
Cargo airline Qatar Airways Cargo has announced it has commenced to fly on the transpacific route between Macau and Guadalajara.
Airbus and Delta Air Lines have announced, that the carrier will order 15 additional A220 aircraft. This is the airline´s first commitment to the A220-300 series.
Boom Supersonic has announced it has closed US$100 Million to further develop its new supersonic aircraft, which now has been named as well.
Textron Aviation has announced that its Cessna Citation Longitude business jet has achieved a provisional type certification.