Daily Memo: Intense Competitive Landscape Awaits Avianca On Exit From Chapter 11
Avianca’s post-bankruptcy business plan rests on a leaner cost structure and fewer aircraft overall.
FAA Approves Certification Basis For Archer’s EVTOL
The startup is aiming for Part 23 type certification of its aircraft in late 2024.
Eurowings To Restore Pre-Crisis Capacity In 2022
Despite the surge in demand and strong leisure business over the summer, 2021 will still be “economically challenging,” according to Eurowings CEO Jens Bischof.
British Airways Forms SAF Partnership With Air BP
British Airways (BA) plans to acquire sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from Air BP, giving passengers the option of contributing toward the additional cost.
Indonesia Targets 2023 Completion Date For Garuda Restructuring
Garuda Indonesia will be subsumed into a new state holding company once the national carrier’s debt restructuring is complete.
Gatwick CEO Criticizes UK Government Measures
Figures issued Sept. 6 by ACI Europe showed that on Aug. 1, passenger traffic through UK airports was still 72% below 2019 levels while EU airports were only down 43%.
Meggitt Goes To Parker-Hannifin, So What Does TransDigm Buy?
Wright Electric Tests Motor For Future Zero-Emissions Aircraft
The U.S. startup has teamed with UK-based LCC easyJet on the project to get direct airline input while it is still in the development phase.
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