7 September 2022

Austria’s ASQS joins Germany’s Volocopter with focus on UAM safety

Austrian software company ASQS GmbH, the global provider of aviation safety and quality management solutions, has announced it is joining forces with Volocopter, the German Urban Air Mobility (UAM) pioneer. Through the integration of ASQS’ IQSMS quality and safety management system, Volocopter is looking to create a proactive safety culture in all its areas of …

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Finnair introduces new strategy to return to profitability

Finnair’s strategy has long been based on connecting Europe and Asia via the short northern route, using Russian air space. Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent closure of Russian air space, flight times to Finnair’s Asian destinations are now considerably longer, weakening the profitability of the company. Finnair’s new strategy aims to return …

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CDB Aviation expands cooperation with Turkish Airlines through introduction of carrier’s first A320neo

CDB Aviation, a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co., (CDB Leasing), has delivered one Airbus A320neo aircraft to Turkish Airlines, the flag carrier of Türkiye. The transaction marks the introduction of the inaugural A320neo to the carrier’s fleet. With the recently awarded IATA IEnvA Stage 2 certificate, which signifies the …

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Israeli four-engine ban set to hit converted 747 freighters and boost wide-body twin-engine freighter demand, reveals IBA

IBA, a leading aviation market intelligence and consulting company, has revealed a range of insights following Israel’s decision to ban Boeing 747s and other four-engine aircraft in its airspace amid environmental concerns. Following the widespread demise of the passenger-carrying Boeing 747 following COVID-19, IBA reports that the largest impact of the ban is likely to …

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Airbus partners with Hiratagakuen to develop advanced air mobility services in the Kansai region

Airbus is partnering with Japanese helicopter operator Hiratagakuen to develop advanced air mobility services in the Kansai region and beyond. This is a key addition to the company’s strong regional footprint and growing international network to pioneer the future of mobility. Through this agreement, Airbus and Hiratagakuen will tackle crucial aspects required to launch a …

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Rolls-Royce receives U.S. military contracts valued at US$1.8 billion

The U.S. Department of Defence has awarded two contracts, valued at over US$1.8 billion over the next five years, for Rolls-Royce to service engines for U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aircraft. The contracts show continued confidence in Rolls-Royce and its defence services, which support multiple U.S. and allied military fleets around the world. One contract …

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NAC completes aircraft sale to American Airlines and signs lease agreements with Connect Airlines

Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) has completed the sale of four E170 aircraft and four CRJ900 aircraft to American Airlines based in Dallas, Texas. The eight aircraft will be placed into service by Envoy Air and PSA Airlines, both subsidiaries of American Airlines. Furthermore, NAC has executed a lease agreement for three Q400 aircraft with Connect …

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Spirit Aeronautics appoints Greg Diognard new Regional Sales Manager

Spirit Aeronautics, a leading Avionics solutions provider for business, special missions, and military aircraft, has appointed Greg Diognard as its new Regional Sales Manager for the Southern half of the United States. He will provide outside sales support for new avionics upgrades, cabin management systems and extended warranty protection programmes such as HAPP & CASP. …

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Ricardo invests in new aerospace centre in Quebec, Canada

Ricardo, a global strategic, environmental and engineering consulting company, has announced the opening of an aerospace centre of excellence in Quebec, having successfully expanded its capabilities and secured several new contracts for aerospace customers in North America.  The new office will initially be home to around 25 engineers and experts, who will build on Ricardo’s strong …

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