8 June 2022

SAS

SAS struggles continue as government refuses to provide cash injection

The Swedish government, a major stakeholder in Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), has refused a request by the carrier for an injection of much-needed cash as part of a major restructuring deal announced in February. Both the Swedish and Danish governments have a 21.8% equity stake in SAS and  Swedish industry minister Karl-Petter Thorwaldsson told a news …

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Volocopter’s four-seater aircraft takes first flight

On June 7, 2022, at UP Summit, an annual gathering of leaders in transportation innovation hosted by investment firm UP Partners, urban air mobility (UAM) pioneer Volocopter announced that it has achieved another milestone towards bringing UAM to life: its fixed-wing passenger aircraft, the VoloConnect, completed its first flight in May 2022. This accomplishment makes …

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New air traffic control technology to cut delays and emissions at Toronto Pearson -Intelligent Approach

NAV CANADA has become the first Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) in North America to deploy the time-based separation tool – Intelligent Approach. Deployed at Toronto Pearson International Airport, this new technology adds additional tactical capacity across the airport’s five runways and will help reduce delays, fuel burn and CO2 emissions, particularly in high wind …

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Jetglow and Aerospace Engineering Solutions to manufacture scratch panes for Boeing 737

Jetglow and Aerospace Engineering Solutions to manufacture scratch panes for Boeing 737 Offering a wealth of experience repairing and refurbishing commercial aircraft interiors has led Jetglow Aircraft Refurbishments to identify several high-volume replacement parts and make significant savings on OEM costs to airline operators. Alongside its carefully chosen Part 21J design partner – Aerospace Engineering …

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CemAir leases two CRJ900s from TrueNoord

Specialist regional aircraft lessor TrueNoord has successfully remarketed two YoM 2016 Bombardier CRJ900 ER NextGen aircraft (MSN15398 and MSN 15400) to South African operatorCemAir (Pty) which has signed long-term operating leases for both regional jets. Following transition from its previous lessee, the first aircraft in CemAir’s livery was integrated into the fleet in April and …

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C&L Aviation Group completes construction of state-of-the-art aircraft interior refurbishment facility

C&L Aviation Group has completed the construction of a state-of-the-art 12,000-ft² aircraft refurbishment facility at its Bangor, ME campus, next to the company’s aircraft paint hangar. The facility will be utilised to address the increased volume in both regional and corporate aircraft interior refurbishment projects the company has been receiving for the past several years. …

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