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Trade group ADS is concerned that the UK government's breach of its Brexit trade agreement with the European Union could expose its members to new risks.
Divergent views of hydrogen’s immediate potential have Boeing and Airbus at odds once again.
Strong post-Covid demand combined with delays in aircraft deliveries will result in a much healthier airline industry, said Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr.
Airbus sees the European Union's "Fit for 55" policy as a “mixed bag” of some positive and not so positive measure aimed at decarbonizing air transport.
Airlines are seeing a strong uptick in demand and expect to return to profit in 2023 though the re-start is causing disruptions in Europe and North America
Boeing works to gain regulatory approval for the 737 Max 10 ahead of introduction of new U.S. aircraft safety and certification legislation on January 1.
The Russian government this week ordered the country's aerospace groups to increase production of civil aircraft to an additional 1,000 units by 2030.
The A321XLR single-aisle airliner is intended to serve commercial airline routes as long as 4,700 nm when it enters service in 2024.
Air Nostrum says it plans to be the launch operator for Hybrid Air Vehicles' 100-seat Airlander 10 airship on domestic routes of up to around 265 miles.
Following recorded comments from Wizz Air CEO József Váradi complaining of flight disruptions caused by staff shortages, pilots' unions strike back.