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U.S. corporate airline travel is recovering, according to Deloitte's study, but there could be lasting changes in demand following the Covid pandemic.
The Norwegian start-up has secured 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners as it prepares to launch low-cost transatlantic services.
Azul has agreed to buy 220 all-electric Lilium Jets, but it is not the only airline with intentions to operate eVTOL aircraft in commercial service.
The A350 freighter derivative would enter service in 2025 though Airbus has not yet announced a launch customer.
While political risks remain a consideration, Boeing CEO David Calhoun expressed a belief that China has more to gain than lose by certifying the 737 Max.
The size of the Cessna SkyCourier impressed curious onlookers during its brief visit to EAA AirVenture 2021.
EU antitrust regulators conclude that German state and restructuring aid to Condor comply with European state aid rules.
An unexpectedly rapid rise in travel demand and western U.S. wildfires contribute to a shortage of fuel at mainly smaller airports.
European Union antitrust regulators green-light the combination of world’s two largest aircraft lessors without concessions.
IATA condemned the European Commission as "out of touch with reality" in its decision to set a 50 percent threshold for "use it or lose it" slot rules.