Karen Walker

Karen Walker
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Saudi Arabian Boeing 767 Conducts Emergency Landing
29 injured after apparent landing gear fault
Mozambique Airlines Embraer 190 Crashes, 34 Killed
Search party locates and identifies wreckage in northern Namibia.
IAI’s Bedek Extends Boeing 767, 747 Modifications Agreement 

Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Bedek Aviation Group has signed licensing agreements with Boeing to perform modifications of 767-200/300s and 747-400s, including passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversions.

The agreements apply to 72 767-200/300s and 29 747-400s that were previously converted by IAI for various customers, as well as future IAI conversions, the Israeli company says in a statement.

Bedek has been a Boeing licensee for P2F conversions of the 737-300/400 since 2010.

Bedek Extends Boeing Modifications Agreement 
Israel Aerospace Industries’ Bedek Aviation Group has signed licensing agreements with Boeing to perform modifications of 767-200/300s and 747-400s, including passenger-to-freighter conversions.
Airbus's First Cargo Forecast Expects Demand For 2,700 Freighters By 2031 
Airbus is preparing the ground to challenge Boeing's dominance in supplying cargo aircraft.
U.S. Airline Industry Hopeful Of Global Emissions Progress At ICAO Assembly 

Airlines for America (A4A) Vice President of Environmental Affairs Nancy Young is confident that significant progress on a single, global market-based measures agreement for airlines will be made at the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Assembly.

Airlines Hopeful Of Global Emissions Progress At ICAO 
WASHINGTON - Airlines for America's Nancy Young is confident that significant progress on a single, global market-based measures agreement for airlines will be made at the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly. (Photo: Joepriesaviation.net)
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