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By Sean Broderick
The special conditions (SC) are needed to account for the tank’s design, which includes walls that also serve as external airplane skin.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Thierry Dubois
The Climate Impulse enterprise is aiming at 2028 for the first circumnavigation on green hydrogen.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Kurt Hofmann
UAE-based flydubai has launched a retrofit project that will see a complete upgrade of the cabin interiors for the majority of its 29 Boeing 737-800NGs fleet.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
Qantas has reached a settlement with an Australian competition regulator regarding ticket sale and cancellation practices.
Airlines & Lessors

By Kurt Hofmann
Bahrain will be the first of nine destinations served by Emirates' new Airbus A350s, with a total of 10 A350s expected to join its fleet by March 31, 2025.
Airlines & Lessors

By Helen Massy-Beresford
In Europe, the monitoring of non-CO2 emissions and their role in aviation’s environmental impact is a hot topic—and airlines are not all on the same page.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By William Moore
This week’s Carbon Analysis returns to Latin America and reassesses the emissions of Avianca Group, Azul Brazilian Airlines, GOL Airlines, and LATAM Group.
Airlines & Lessors

By Chen Chuanren
China’s week-long labor day holiday has exceeded both pre-pandemic levels and 2023 levels, as the momentum of recovery in the country continues into Q2.
Airlines & Lessors

By Chen Chuanren
This marks the first direct supply of Neste SAF produced in Singapore to airlines at Changi Airport.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Daniel Williams
A breakdown of annual deliveries data reveals the ups and downs of how Embraer delivered 1,800 E-Jets over the last two decades and which models led the way.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Graham Warwick
A subscale flight demonstrator of distributed electric propulsion for large passenger aircraft has made its remotely piloted first flight in Italy under Europe’s Clean Sky 2 public-private research program.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Christine Boynton
Exceeding both its own and analyst expectations for the first quarter of 2024, Frontier Airlines sees its cost advantage widening.
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By Sean Broderick
“The manufacturing of [PW1000G] parts is a little bit of a bottleneck,” MTU CFO Peter Kameritsch said on a recent earnings call.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Christine Boynton
U.S. airline reactions to newly finalized federal rules governing their disclosure of fees and timing of refunds are mixed.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
Speaking to Aviation Daily, Ryanair hits out at Italy for being “misled” by OTAs and for ignoring a ruling that deemed Ryanair’s sales policies “reasonable.”
Airlines & Lessors

By Michael Bruno
Howmet's John Plant, often seen as a shrewd prognosticator of large aircraft manufacturing rates, has slashed his company’s expectations for 737 shipments.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Daniel Williams
While overall passenger aircraft recovery in the region is nearly complete, not all operators are equal; each has very different recovery stories.
Airlines & Lessors

By Christine Boynton
Air Canada is working to lease Boeing 737-8s for additional lift in 2025, as it contends with a tight capacity environment.
Airlines & Lessors

By Jens Flottau, Guy Norris
Lufthansa is anticipating further delays of its first Boeing 777-9 deliveries and now does not expect the first one to come until 2026, CEO Jens Ritter said.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
Some of Flair's shares owned by 777 Partners have been acquired by an affiliate of its largest lender.
Air Transport

Aviation Week Network Staff
Pobeda has become the first Russian commercial airline included in the U.S. Treasury’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List (SDN).
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Matthew Fulco
IndiGo's A350 order highlights how Boeing is slipping behind in the region that holds the greatest potential for commercial aviation in the coming decades.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By David Casey
Con Korfiatis has been appointed as the new CEO of Oman Air as the carrier embarks on a turnaround.
Airlines & Lessors