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Belarus and Poland have provided preliminary details in response to requests for information from ICAO.
Along with a five-year suspension of tariffs, the EU and U.S. agree to agree on the legality of any financial support to their respective airliner makers.
The CFM Rise program aims to achieve a 20 percent improvement in fuel burn and emissions by 2035.
Airbus has set up Zero Emissions Development Centers in France and Germany to develop cryogenic hydrogen fuel tanks for its planned Zero E airliners.
American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and leasing group Avolon might buy up to 1,000 of Vertical Aerospace's VA-X4 eVTOL aircraft.
Leaders of Airlines For Europe member carriers called for Covid-19 travel restrictions to lift from July 1 and an end to punitive ATC charges.
Now Brazil’s number-two airline, Gol will gain 26 slots at Congonhas Sao Paulo Airport with its purchase of MAP.
The U.S. airframer saw orders outpace cancellations by 20 airplanes while it delivered 17 jets during the month of May.
Europe’s air traffic management agency has released a snapshot of airports that provide SAF on the continent.
A conversion of options on another 34 Boeing 737 Max 7s raises Southwest’s firm order total for the smallest Max variant to 234.