21 November 2022

Boeing’s 2022 World Air Cargo Forecast predicts doubling of demand over next 20 years

Boeing has released its latest biennial World Air Cargo Forecast (WACF) in which it has predicted both a 60% expansion of the world’s freighter fleet and also a doubling of cargo traffic over the next 20 years. This equates to 2,800 converted and purpose-built aircraft through to 2041. The American planemaker also sees strong demand …

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Finnair reduces approximately 150 jobs as it responds to impacts of Russian airspace closure

Finnair has ended the change negotiations that were started early October on its plan to reduce 200 jobs globally. The plan was linked to Finnair’s new strategy published on September 7, which is aiming to restore Finnair’s profitability. Due to the dramatic changes in Finnair’s operating environment caused by the closure of Russian airspace, Finnair …

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SITA strengthens partnership with Geneva Airport

Passengers traveling from Geneva Airport can now breeze through self-service touchpoints at check-in, bag-drop and security thanks to digital passenger processing technology from SITA. The new touchpoints are helping to reduce wait times and provide more flexibility to passengers increasingly seeking digital travel solutions. Passengers and staff will also soon further benefit from boosted efficiencies …

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Silk Way West Airlines signs order for GE9X, GE90 engines to power cargo fleet

Silk Way West Airlines announced an order for a combined total of 16 GE9X and GE90 engines to power its fleet of long-haul Boeing 777 aircraft. Silk Way West recently announced the purchase of GE9X-powered Boeing 777-8 Freighters and GE90-powered Boeing 777 Freighters to upgrade its cargo fleet. The engine order includes five GE9X engines …

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Collins selected to participate in multiple EU Clean Aviation projects

Collins Aerospace has been selected to participate in seven projects under the European Union’s Clean Aviation Joint Undertaking. As part of the initiative, Collins will collaborate with European airframers, engine makers, suppliers and academia to develop disruptive sustainable aviation technologies. The company estimates that the funding it receives from Clean Aviation combined with its own …

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