22 January 2020

Airbus shares hit record high as Boeing now suggests June return to service of 737 MAX

As Airbus shares hit a record high on Wednesday, January 22, the planemaker’s North American rival, Boeing, has just announced that certification of the beleaguered 737 MAX may not be obtained until June. As a result, while Airbus shares were heading in one direction, those of Boeing and also of many of its customers and […]

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ANA conducts real-world testing for autonomous electric bus at Haneda International Airport

All Nippon Airways (ANA) will conduct trials for an autonomous electric bus in collaboration with SB Drive Corp., Advanced Smart Mobility and BYD at Haneda International Airport (HND). The trial will begin on January 22 and last until January 31. The development of this autonomous electric bus is the most recent example of ANA harnessing

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United Airlines reaches 2020 adjusted earnings per share target ahead of schedule

United Airlines (UAL) has reached its 2020 goal — first announced in January 2018 — to achieve its adjusted diluted earnings per share (EPS) target of US$11 to US$13 a full year ahead of schedule. UAl has reported fourth-quarter net income of US$641 million, up 50% versus the fourth quarter of 2018, pre-tax earnings of

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SWISS to serve new Daxing International Airport with start of 2020 summer schedule

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is to switch its Zurich-Beijing services from the present Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) to the new Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX). The change will be made during the start of the 2020 summer schedule at the end of March. The move will offer travelers more attractive timetables on the

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Sabena Technics opens new maintenance hangar and confirms strategy

Sabena technics, a French independent player in the aeronautical maintenance and modifications (MRO) sector, opened its brand-new hangar in Bordeaux, France, on January 21. Confident in its model in the face of the increase in the European fleet, Sabena technics has decided to invest €25 million (US$27.75million) in the 10,000 m² facility, offering more capacity

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Aventure acquires two CRJ200s for teardown

Aventure Aviation has acquired two Bombardier CRJ200 airframes (MSN 7344 and MSN 7397) for teardown from Beautech Power Systems. The dismantling is currently underway in Kingman, Arizona, USA. “This purchase continues Aventure’s strategic support for our CRJ200 customers,” said Aventure Vice President, Talha Faruqi. “This workhorse aircraft continues to be a key part of the

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Michael Garcia named Vice President of Commercial by Kellstrom Aerospace

Kellstrom Aerospace, a global aftermarket leader in aircraft lifecycle solutions, has announced the appointment of Michael Garcia to serve as Vice President of Commercial, effective January 16, 2020. As Vice President of Commercial, Garcia will oversee all product line-related activities and technical services, as well as trading and leasing of whole assets for Kellstrom. Kellstrom

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Air Canada has ordered 36 GEnx-1B engines to power its newly ordered Dreamliner fleet

Air Canada now removes Boeing 737 MAX from operating schedule until June 2020

Air Canada said that it has now removed the Boeing 737 MAX from its operating schedule until June 30, 2020. The decision is based on operational considerations following an announcement by Boeing that it estimates the 737 MAX will remain grounded by regulators until mid-2020. Air Canada is removing the Boeing 737 MAX from its

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