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Frontier Airlines chooses Pratt & Whitney PW1100Gs to power 134 Airbus jets scheduled for first delivery next year.
Disagreements over sales responsibility arrangements for the Sino-Russian CR929 widebody appear settled as CRAIC readies to start building subassemblies.
The Covid crisis resulted in aviation emissions falling by more than half last year, according to Eurocontrol.
The EU aviation safety regulator expects to clear the Boeing 737 Max to fly again in Europe shortly.
Aviation’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2050 will require jets to fly on 100-percent SAF well before then, says Boeing.
Carsten Spohr expects no need for further state aid for the German group.
Authorities give up the search for bodies following a 13-day recovery operation tied to the crash of a Boeing 737-500 off the Indonesian coast.
While A220 production rates will remain steady, Airbus has decided to slow planned output increases of the A320.
The group will pay only half of the price upon which it initially agreed and will defer payment for six years.
Honeywell and Curtiss-Wright have developed a new series of 25-hour cockpit voice and flight data recorders.