American Airlines and unions representing its mechanics fleet-service workers have reached tentative agreements, seemingly putting an end to four years of sometimes-bitter negotiations and satisfying workers’ demands on capping outsourcing and other key provisions.
International Airlines Group has announced that Vueling CEO Javier Sánchez-Prieto will become Iberia CEO and Iberia chief commercial officer Marco Sansavini will take the helm at Vueling in late March.
The Singapore government has enhanced efforts to prevent the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus by preventing all passengers who have traveled to China in the last two weeks from entering the country, regardless of nationality.
Wright Electric has launched development of a 1.5-megawatt, 3-kilovolt power train that will form the foundation of the propulsion system for a 186-seat short-haul electric airliner that the U.S. startup hopes will enter service in 2030.
Delta Air Lines has signed an offtake agreement with Northwest Advanced Bio-Fuels (NWABF) that could result in deliveries of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) beginning by the end of 2024 if a feasibility study now underway supports construction of a biorefinery in Washington state.
Hawaiian Airlines will continue flying its fleet of Boeing 717 narrowbodies through at least the middle of the decade, despite their average age of more than 20 years, the airline’s chief executive said Jan. 30.
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