Cathy Buyck

Cathy Buyck
Brussels Bureau Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Cathy covered European regulatory affairs, commercial air transport and MRO for Aviation Week. She now works for Politico Europe.

Articles
CityJet Prepares For Third, Fourth SSJ100 Deliveries 
CityJet is scheduled to take delivery of its third Sukhoi Superjet 100 in a couple of weeks, and a fourth aircraft in December.
CityJet Readies For Third, Fourth SSJ100 Deliveries 
CityJet is scheduled to take delivery of its third Sukhoi Superjet 100 in a couple of weeks, and a fourth aircraft in December.
Will Europe’s Regional Airlines Keep Growing Through 2017?  4
European regional airlines are cautiously optimistic about continued growth, and regional aircraft OEMs worldwide are also reaping the benefits.
Embraer Maintains European Long-Term Demand Outlook 
The UK’s decision to leave the EU has not prompted Embraer to change its long-term European market-demand forecast for new 70–130-seat jets.
Binter Buys More ATR 72-600s, Launches Cape Verde Airline 
Spanish regional aviation group Binter has signed a purchase agreement for a further six ATR 72-600s as part of the fleet renewal of Binter Canarias.
ATR CEO De Castelbajac Returns To Airbus 
Patrick de Castelbajac will be leaving his post as CEO of Toulouse-based turboprop manufacturer ATR to rejoin Airbus, where he will become the right-hand man of Fabrice Bregier, as the OEM moves to a new corporate structure.
ICAO Passes Landmark Emissions Plan 
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) member countries have agreed to support the implementation of a global market based measure (GMBM) to offset international flights’ CO2 emissions, with not one country pulling a last-minute trick to block a deal that took years to negotiate.
Turkish Airlines Reschedules Narrowbody Aircraft Deliveries  1
Turkish Airlines is preparing for a more prolonged slowdown of its growth than anticipated a couple of months ago, and has started to make important changes to the delivery schedule of its aircraft orders.
ICAO Adopts Emissions Deal, But Details Remain Unclear  1
Participating countries in the initial voluntary phase include 18 of the 20 states with the highest volume of international civil aviation activity, covering more than 86% of international passenger and cargo traffic.
ICAO Passes Landmark Emissions Plan 
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) member countries have agreed to support the implementation of a global market based measure (GMBM) to offset international flights’ CO2 emissions, with not one country pulling a last-minute trick to block a deal that took years to negotiate.
Landmark Emissions Plan Passed By ICAO 
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) member countries have agreed to support the implementation of a global market based measure (GMBM) to offset international flights’ CO2 emissions, with not one country pulling a last-minute trick to block a deal that took years to negotiate.
EasyJet Expects Steep Full-Year Profit Drop 
EasyJet warned in its latest trading update that full-year profit will fall by almost 30%.
Air Europa's first Boeing 787.
Air Europa, Turkish Airlines Sign Codeshare Agreement 
Spanish SkyTeam member Air Europa has concluded yet another codeshare agreement, this time with Turkish Airlines.
Fastjet Introduces First Embraer 190, Sells A319 
Fastjet started the transitioning its Airbus A319 fleet to Embraer E190s on Oct. 1, and the struggling African LCC also managed to sell its only wholly-owned aircraft as part of efforts to stem losses.
BA Steps Up Economy Unbundling 
British Airways (BA) will no longer provide complimentary snacks and drinks in economy class on domestic and short-haul international flights, as it tries to extract more value through the ancillary revenue stream and cuts costs to counter a drop in yields.
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