Japan, Boeing To Collaborate On Airframe Noise Reduction
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency has set up a joint research framework with domestic manufacturers and Boeing with the objective of commercializing noise reduction technology demonstrated under its Fquroh research program.
IAI, Ethiopian, To Create New Addis Cargo-Conversion Center
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has signed an agreement with Ethiopian Airlines to create a new Boeing 767 passenger-to-cargo conversion center in Addis Ababa, with three Ethiopian Airlines 767-300s set to launch the new venture.
Taiwanese startup Starlux Airlines has turned to business travel and cargo demand as the basis for selecting its next destinations, postponing and suspending leisure routes the airline had promoted before the pandemic.
Startups Needed For Sustainable Future For Aviation: Report
Disruptive innovation by startups could play a key role in enabling a sustainable future for aviation, but the sector is barely being considered by investors, the Hamburg-based Sustainable Aero Lab says.
AirBaltic Set To Receive Further Equity Injection From Latvia
Latvia’s airBaltic is set to receive a €90 million ($105 million) equity injection from the state to compensate for the losses incurred during the COVID-19 crisis and to support the carrier’s recovery.
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