22 May 2024

GE has announced that it will hire over 900 engineers this year © Shutterstock

GE Aerospace to recruit over 900 engineers in 2024

GE Aerospace plans to hire more than 900 engineers in 2024, reflecting its continued focus on innovation to support current aircraft engine programmes and develop new technologies for the future of flight. Hiring has already commenced and will continue throughout the year. Openings include experienced engineer roles for programmes such as CFM International’s revolutionary innovation […]

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Archer Aviation and Etihad Training have signed an MoU to recruit and train prospective pilots for Archer’s Midnight aircraft in Abu Dhabi © Archer

Archer Aviation inks partnership with Etihad Training for Midnight aircraft pilot training

Archer Aviation has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Etihad Training for a partnership aimed at recruiting and training prospective pilots for Archer’s Midnight aircraft in Abu Dhabi, facilitating flights across the UAE. The MOU debut took place at the commencement of the Future Aviation Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, marking Archer’s inaugural showcase

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Boeing to invest CA$240 million in multiple Québec-based enterprises

Boeing plans to invest in several Québec-based enterprises, including a CA$110 million anchor investment for an Aerospace Development Centre in the new Espace Aéro Innovation Zone. These investments are part of Boeing’s industrial and technological benefits commitment to Canada, linked to the selection of Boeing’s P-8A Poseidon to fulfil its long-term multi-mission aircraft role. Boeing’s

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Eve and Saudia Technic MoA signing ceremony

Eve and Saudia Technic sign MoA to explore eVTOL MRO in the Middle East

Eve Air Mobility (Eve) and Saudia Technic have signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) during the third edition of the Future Aviation Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to explore the potential demand for MRO activities for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft in the region. The agreement encompasses eVTOL MRO training and the evaluation

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Starlink installation © Elevate MRO

Elevate MRO becomes authorised Starlink dealer

Elevate MRO, a division of Elevate Aviation Group (EAG), has become an authorised Starlink dealer and installer of its global in-flight high-speed internet solution. Elevate Jet intends to offer Starlink as its sole connectivity product. Starlink delivers high-speed, low-latency internet to users all over the world. As the world’s first and largest satellite constellation using

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