S-76 Crash Kills Basketball Star and Eight Others

By Tony Osborne Jan 27, 2020
LOS ANGELES – Investigators have begun to probe the crash of a Sikorsky S-76 that killed former basketball player Kobe Bryant and eight others. The…
Business Aviation

Boeing 777X Launches Into Flight Test Campaign

By Guy Norris Jan 26, 2020
LOS ANGELES AND SEATTLE – After two days of delays caused by bad weather Boeing’s 777-9, the first of the company’s new long range 777X flagship…
Air Transport

Boeing Heads Back to Drawing Board on NMA

By Guy Norris Jan 25, 2020
SEATTLE -- Even as Boeing recommits itself to returning the 737 MAX to service by the middle of 2020, the company says it is going back to the…
Air Transport

Upcoming Events

Jan 25, 2020
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Air Transport

SpeedNews Commercial Aircraft & Engines Marketplace

Jan 25, 2020
SpeedNews Commercial Aircraft & Engines Marketplace
Air Transport

Overall Number And Percentage Of Flight Cancellations By Marketing Carrier

Jan 25, 2020
Overall Number And Percentage Of Flight Cancellations By Marketing Carrier
Air Transport

OPINION: Why DOT Service Animal Rules Make Sense

By Karen Walker Jan 24, 2020
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is seeking comment on its proposed new rules that would define what qualifies as a service animal that can be taken on board airliners.
Air Transport

DOT Demands New Answers After Startup Sky Palace Hits Delay

By Steve Trimble Jan 24, 2020
A proposed start-up wet-lease and charter airline based in Florida has to answer several pending questions before the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) will complete a review on whether to award a new air operator certificate. 
Air Transport

French Flying School Apache Aviation Sees UPRT Demand Surge

By Thierry Dubois Jan 24, 2020
Apache Aviation, a flying school based in Dijon, France, is enjoying brisk demand for its new advanced upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) module, after EASA mandated such pilot instruction in December 2019.
Air Transport

Moscow Sheremetyevo Looks To Double Passenger Capacity By 2030

By Maxim Pyadushkin Jan 24, 2020
Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, which opened Terminal C Jan. 17, plans to double passenger capacity by 2030 to up to 100 million passengers per year
Air Transport

First Russian-Built PD-14 Engines Delivered To MC-21 Assembly Line

By Maxim Pyadushkin Jan 24, 2020
Russia’s United Engine Corporation (UEC) has delivered its first two PD-14 turbofan engines to the Irkutsk aviation plant. 
Air Transport

LOT Parent Polish Airline Group To Take Over Condor

By Jens Flottau Jan 24, 2020
LOT Polish Airlines parent Polish Aviation Group (PGL) agreed to buy German leisure airline Condor Jan. 24 in a deal that creates one of the larger European airline groups and targets substantial growth in the coming years.
Air Transport

Air New Zealand Targets Gate Efficiency With AI Technology

By Adrian Schofield Jan 24, 2020
Air New Zealand is trialing the use of an artificial intelligence (AI) system to analyze its gate operations and find ways to improve efficiency and reduce aircraft turn-times.
Air Transport

Interview: Why AAR’s Chief Sees Lots Of Runway

Jan 24, 2020
President/CEO John Holmes talks labor shortages, the MAX crisis, technological enablers and lucrative opportunities.
MRO

Air France Launches Business Class On Domestic Routes

By Helen Massy-Beresford Jan 24, 2020
Air France is extending its business-class service to its domestic network from Feb. 4, offering services such as priority boarding and luggage delivery, access to lounges and more space on board. 
Air Transport

JetBlue To Lease Used A321s To Offset Neo Production Delays

By Ben Goldstein Jan 24, 2020
JetBlue Airways has signed an agreement to lease four used Airbus A321s to mitigate the impact of expected A321neo production delays.
Air Transport

Boom Signs Up Test Support For XB-1 Supersonic Demo

By Graham Warwick Jan 24, 2020
Boom Supersonic has partnered with Flight Research Inc. (FRI) to test its XB-1 demonstrator in a supersonic corridor stretching across the Mojave Desert.
Business Aviation

Global Jet Fuel Prices As of January 23

Jan 24, 2020
Global Jet Fuel Prices As of Jan. 23, 2020
Air Transport

A&D M&A Still Heading Into The Stratosphere

By Michael Bruno Jan 23, 2020
Total deal value in 2019 grew 62% to almost $94 billion compared with 2018, PwC says.
Defense and Space

Aerospace Now One Thoroughbred And A Herd Of Donkeys, Analyst Says

By Michael Bruno Jan 23, 2020
Deliveries of single-aisle airliners plummeted nearly 24% in 2019, largely due to the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, but should bounce back more than 34% in 2020, Teal Group analyst Richard Aboulafia said Jan. 23.
Air Transport

Southwest: Simulator Mandate Would Add Two Months To MAX Grounding

By Sean Broderick Jan 23, 2020
Adding simulator training to Boeing’s latest projected 737 MAX certification time frame could push Southwest Airlines’ next MAX revenue flights into the 2020 fourth quarter, estimates laid out by the airline’s executives show.
Air Transport

Eviation’s All-Electric Regional Catches Fire During Ground Tests

By Graham Warwick Jan 23, 2020
Israeli startup Eviation’s prototype Alice electric regional aircraft caught fire during ground testing at Prescott Regional Airport, Arizona, on Jan. 22. 
Air Transport

All Regionals (All Service) Fuel Cost 2018/2019

Jan 23, 2020
All Regionals Fuel Cost 2018/2019
Air Transport

American Airlines Donates Final MD-80 to Chicago-Area A&P School

By Lindsay Bjerregaard Jan 23, 2020
American Airlines has donated the last of its retired MD-80 aircraft to Lewis University, a Chicago-area school with more than 700 students currently…
MRO

Wuhan Airport Shut Down As China Isolates City

By Chen Chuanren Jan 23, 2020
As part of efforts to curb the Wuhan coronavirus, the Chinese central government has begun to isolate the city and close all public transport nodes, including airports and train stations. 
Air Transport

 

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