Cargo airline Qatar Airways Cargo has announced it has commenced to fly on the transpacific route between Macau and Guadalajara.
Cargo airline SF Airlines has announced that it has received its 50th cargo aircraft. The new aircraft marks an important milestone for the carrier.
Textron Aviation has announced that its Cessna Citation Longitude business jet has achieved a provisional type certification.
Fixed-wing drones developer Robot Aviation has decided to join Unmanned System Technology (UST), a platform where the company can showcase its products.
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Swiss International Air Lines and Helvetic Airways has announced to expand their existing collaboration. The new deal sees E190-E2 aircraft to operate for Swiss.
New Zealand’s Helicopter Emergency Medical Services New Zealand Limited has selected Airbus’ H145 to enhance the country’s Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) industry. The two helicopters ordered will be delivered in the second half of 2019.
With the delivery of the world’s first A321LR Arkia Israeli Airlines becomes launch operator of Airbus’ most flexible and capable large single aisle aircraft ever.
In the year of the airline’s 30th anniversary, Binter Canarias will receive the first of three Embraer E195-E2 jets. Delivery is planned for the second half of 2019. With this purchase, Binter becomes the first European customer of Embraer’s largest E-jet model.
India´s Jet Airways has reported the company´s financial results for the second quarter of the Fiscal Year 19 (FY19), which see the airline´s turnaround strategy to work out.
ATR and Air New Zealand have announced, that the companies have entered into an agreement to explore the role of new propulsion technologies.
Boeing and Safran have announced, that the companies have secured regulatory approvals to begin their Joint Venture over Auxiliary Power Units.
MTU Maintenance has announced, that it has agreed with China Southern Airlines on extending their existing joint venture contract for the MTU Maintenance Zhuhai facility by 20 years.
Low-Cost carrier Eurowings could possibly be introduced at Frankfurt Airport. The airline has plans to move Airbus A330 aircraft to Germany´s biggest airport.