U.S.-American aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced, that Korean Start-Up carrier Air Premia has committed to buy five 787-9 Dreamliner.
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has announced that, together with company Ufes, first autonomous aircraft tests have been performed in Brazil.
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The Pilatus PC-24 business jet has received its type certification this Thursday, which is a milestone for the company. The PC-24 is the first Swiss built business jet.
Canada Jetlines has announced Halifax Stanfield Internationals Airport as operational base. The ultra-low-cost carrier targets to commence flights in Summer 2018.
Argentinia’s start-up airline Flybondi has received its first aircraft. The Boeing 737-800, registered LV-HKS, was introduced during an event in Córdoba, Argentina.
Low-cost carrier Easyjet has announced to open a new base at Berlin-Tegel Airport. The airline will connect the German capital with several domestic and international destinations.
Japan Airlines (JAL) has announced to partner up with Boom Supersonic. The strategic partnership is set to help bringing commercial supersonic travel to passengers.
Chinese delivery services company STO Express and EKOL have signed an agreement to establish an European hub for air cargo transportation at Budapest Airport.
The Greece start-up carrier Air Mediterranean has commenced operations in November. The new airline connects its hub Athens Airport with several destinations.
Lufthansa, as the first airline outside of Asia, has received a five-star certification from the British aviation consulting agency Skytrax.
Bombardier and CemAir have announced a firm order for two new Q400 turboprop aircraft. The deal is valued at approximately US $66 million, based on list prices.
DHL Express has become the first operator to take delivery of the A330-300 Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) converted aircraft from Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), the joint venture between ST Aerospace and Airbus.