German Antitrust Authority To Force Lufthansa Feed For Condor
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Germany’s antitrust authority Bundeskartellamt has raised serious concerns over Lufthansa’s decision to terminate a long-standing special pro-rate agreement with leisure carrier Condor in a preliminary decision that will likely lead it to force continuation of the arrangement.
Vertical Aerospace has selected Leonardo’s aerostructures division to design, test and manufacture the carbon-composite fuselage for its planned VX4 electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxi.
Daily Memo: Widebodies, Supply Chain Hold Keys To Continued MRO Recovery
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Passenger and cargo demand being served by narrowbody and freighter flying is helping commercial maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) providers climb out of the downturn and toward pre-pandemic business levels.
The FAA has formally designated several internal staff roles to support the agency’s effort to coordinate with other aviation stakeholders and telecommunications industry counterparts as part of work being done to minimize the safety risk of new 5G C-band service.
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