4 May 2020

BA warns it may pull out of Gatwick for good – 25% of its pilots’ jobs at stake

British Airways, the U.K flag. carrying airline and part of IAG, has written to its staff at its Gatwick, London hub advising them that having shut down all operations at the beginning of April this year owing to the impact of the COVID-19 , it may choose not to reopen there. The letter was sent […]

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Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo completes first flight from Spaceport America

Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Company (TSC) have announced the successful completion of its first SpaceShipTwo test flight from Spaceport America. This glide flight marks the inaugural solo flight of VSS Unity in New Mexico and as such is an important flight test milestone in preparation for commercial service. On SpaceShipTwo’s flight deck were Dave

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North American Aerospace Industries names Janos Virag Director of Innovation

North American Aerospace Industries Corporation (NAAI), a provider of sustainable end-to-end aircraft recycling solutions, has appointed Janos Virag as Director of Innovation. In this role, Virag will have a wide range of responsibilities including the development of new recycling processes for advanced materials such as carbon fiber, researching reuse possibilities and recycling rate increases. In

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Peach Aviation selects FLYdocs as digital aircraft records provider

Peach Aviation, the Japanese low-cost carrier (LCC) which is part of the ANA Group, has invested further into its digital transformation by selecting FLYdocs to automate and digitise its aircraft records. The five-year contract will see FLYdocs digitally manage Peach’s A320 aircraft, helping them adopt a fully paperless approach to their records management. The FLYdocs®

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Spirit AeroSystems to lay off 1,400 employees at Wichita site

Spirit AeroSystems will reduce employment at sites supporting commercial programs a result of lower demand for commercial airplanes. Spirit is a supplier to Airbus and Boeing, both of which announced lower production rates for commercial aircraft due to the impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry. As part of the overall employment reductions, Spirit offered

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