Credit: Aviation WeekThe FAA issued Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) the evening of Jan. 7 prohibiting U.S. civil aircraft operators from using airspace over Iraq, Iran, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.
Credit: AirbusShell Aviation, the jet-fuel arm of the global energy company, will partner with biofuel provider World Energy to supply Lufthansa Group with sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) on select flights from San Francisco.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonUnited Airlines will take a $90 million charge against its Hong Kong routes that reflects reduced demand in the market and related capacity cuts due to continued political unrest, the carrier said Jan. 7.
Credit: Turkish AerospaceAnkara-based Turkish Aerospace, which took significant steps toward developing an indigenous defense sector in 2019, continues to play a major role supplying civil aircraft manufacturers.
Credit: Delta Air LinesDelta Air Lines is looking to capitalize on its status as the world’s most-profitable airline by investing in a host of applications ranging from exoskeleton suits for employees to an expanded partnership with U.S.-based rideshare company Lyft.
Credit: Joe WalkerOfficials from Ukraine and executives from Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) headed to Tehran, Iran on Jan. 8 to learn more about what brought down a UIA Boeing 737-800 shortly after it departed Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA) earlier that day, killing all 179 people on board.
Credit: Tehran Airport / TwitterAirlines are making changes to their flight planning and schedules to avoid Iranian and Iraqi airspace amid growing military tensions between the U.S. and Iran—and after a Ukrainian International Airlines (UIA) aircraft crashed after take-off from Tehran, killing everyone on board.
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