Boeing and affected operators have been cleared by the FAA to start modifying 737 MAXs sidelined by electrical bonding and grounding issues, removing the latest hurdle from the company’s stumbling narrowbody program.
British Airways and Lufthansa are among the latest airlines to pause flights to Tel Aviv, following the likes of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines in suspending their services to Israel.
Ex-Triumph Aerostructures, Now Qarbon, Could Acquire Others
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The former Triumph Group aerostructures business recently acquired by private equity firm Arlington Capital Partners has been rebranded Qarbon Aerospace, and in turn could be looking to grow through purchases of other assets in the embattled sector.
Mesa Air Group plans to put its third Boeing 737-400 freighter into service for DHL in July, as the regional carrier continues to eye cargo operations—and its DHL partnership in particular—as ripe with opportunity.
Air Lease Corporation considers exercising Airbus A220 options, FAA clears Boeing 737 MAX electrical fixes, Airlines temporarily suspend Tel Aviv routes and more. Take a look at the daily roundup of air transport news.
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