Credit: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol / TwitterAs the UK negotiates its exit from the European Union (EU), the aerospace industry has been clear we need a comprehensive deal that protects our global market access, jobs, connectivity, and most of all passenger safety.
Commercial passengers still are likely to be driven more by airline ticket prices than whether they are flying on the embattled Boeing 737 MAX narrowbody, according to a new survey provided by Jefferies analysts.
Credit: Heathrow AirportThe European Commission will deliberate on Mar. 18 whether to suspend slot rules for congested airports, in order to provide relief to airlines amid falling demand in some markets as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Credit: Collins AerospaceBoeing’s failure to ensure sensors linked to Collins Aerospace-supplied head-up guidance systems (HGS) delivered to customers were approved for use under the applicable supplemental type certificate has prompted the U.S. FAA to propose a $19.7 million fine.
Credit: Wuhan Tianhe International Airport The operator of airports in the province at the center of China’s COVID-19 epidemic has ordered staff back to work, without setting a date for resuming flight operations.
Credit: Compass AirlinesMinnesota-based regional carrier Compass Airlines will close its base at Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) on May 1 and lay off its 197-employee workforce there, the carrier announced in a filing with Washington state authorities.
Credit: BoeingOne year after the fatal Boeing 737 MAX crash that triggered a worldwide grounding of the type, Ethiopian Airlines group CEO Tewolde GebreMariam remains undecided on the airline’s future MAX strategy.
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