Emirates Resumes Limited A380 Services On Three Routes

By Kurt Hofmann Jul 16, 2020
Emirates Airline returned the Airbus A380 to its active fleet on July 15, operating the aircraft for the first time since March on routes from Dubai (DXB) to London Heathrow (LHR) and Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG).
Aircraft & Propulsion

Singapore Regulator Freezes Fee Hikes

By Chen Chuanren Jul 16, 2020
SINGAPORE—To help the aviation industry weather the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has announced there will be no service fee hikes for its fiscal year ending March 31, 2021.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Ethiopian Airlines To Convert Passenger 737-800s Into Freighters, CEO Says

By Kurt Hofmann Jul 16, 2020
Ethiopian Airlines plan to grow its cargo fleet with additional freighters after shifting its focus to cargo revenues during the height of the coronavirus outbreak when the carrier had to stop most of its passenger services. 
Airlines & Lessors

Podcast: Lee Hui Fung, ST Engineering

By Lee Ann Shay Jul 16, 2020
Lee Hui Fung is pioneering Smart MRO practices in ST Engineering Aerospace. Listen in to how that the COVID-19 crisis has actually accelerated the adoption of new MRO technologies.
Video Interviews

2020 World Airline Report Asia-Pacific Analysis

By Chen Chuanren Jul 16, 2020
Long-haul travel restrictions will prolong recovery plans.
Airlines & Lessors

L3Harris Eyes Foreign Defense Expansion, Shakes Off Commercial Dip

By Michael Bruno Jul 16, 2020
L3Harris leaders say their focus remains carrying out their prior plans for their merger of equals.
Video Interviews

U.S. Airline Employees Brace For Coming Furloughs

By Ben Goldstein Jul 16, 2020
Tens of thousands of airline employees will soon see pink slips, unless U.S. lawmakers agree on an 11th-hour second bailout.
Airlines & Lessors

Opinion: A Five-Part Strategy For Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun

By Kevin Michaels Jul 16, 2020
For far too long, Boeing took its eye off the ball to chase share-price inflation. Calhoun has a golden opportunity to reboot and revitalize Boeing.
A&D Week

American Airlines To Furlough Up To 25,000 Workers

By Ben Goldstein Jul 16, 2020
American Airlines executives announced in a July 15 staff memo they expect to have 20,000 more employees on payroll than needed in the 2020 fourth quarter and notified 25,000 employees of possible furloughs coming in the fall.
Airlines & Lessors

AIRBALTIC

Jul 15, 2020
AIRBALTIC received shareholder approval for €250m equity investment from Latvian Govt to combat COVID-19. It has adopted new business plan that will…
Air Transport

Aeroflot To Refocus On Long-Haul Operations

By Maxim Pyadushkin Jul 15, 2020
The board of Russia’s Aeroflot Group is expected to adopt a new strategy on July 16 calling for the parent airline to focus on long-haul operations while the domestic network will be left for the two subsidiaries Pobeda and Rossiya. 
Airlines & Lessors

With Updated CDC Guidance, Are Open Middle Seats Less Important?

By Karen Walker Jul 15, 2020
Ask the Editors: COVID-19 poses more risk for travelers in shops, restaurants or taxis than in commercial airliners.
Airlines & Lessors

As oil prices moderate, offset schemes will drive fuel costs

By Henry Canaday Jul 15, 2020
Climate policy, not oil markets, increasingly sets future fuel charges.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

2020 World Airline Report European Analysis

By Victoria Moores Jul 15, 2020
For many European flag carriers, a return to state governance.
Air Transport

Toronto Pearson Operator GTAA Cuts 27% Of Staff

By Sean Broderick Jul 15, 2020
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) is eliminating 500 positions, or 27% of its potential workforce, to cope with reduced traffic caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airports & Routes

EDITORIAL: Governments, not airlines, must get their countries out this mess

By Karen Walker Jul 15, 2020
Reeling in March from the suddenness and depth of the COVID-19 crisis, the air transport industry at least cautiously believed that the second half…
ATW Opinion

WestJet Adds Back Flights In August, Capacity Down 75% From 2019

By Ben Goldstein Jul 15, 2020
Calgary-based WestJet will grow capacity by 10% in August from July, although its overall schedule will be just a quarter of 2019’s level, illustrating the magnitude of cuts made across its network during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airlines & Lessors

Industry poll: Digital technologies central to aviation’s post-COVID recovery

By Linda Blachly Jul 15, 2020
Despite the financial impact many airlines are facing as a result of COVID-19, many industry players agree that adopting digital and connected…
Air Transport

EMIRATES

Jul 15, 2020
EMIRATES relaunched A380 service this week to London Heathrow as part of gradual restart of operations out of Dubai to Amsterdam, Paris CDG, Athens,…
Air Transport

UK And U.S. Armies Aligning Modernization Efforts

By Tony Osborne Jul 15, 2020
The British Army and U.S. Army are to align modernization efforts to enable them to operate more seamlessly. The plans include creating what officials call a “closer affiliation” on the U.S. Army’s Future Vertical Lift rotorcraft modernization initiative.
Vertical Lift

Austria Extends Landing Ban To 18 Nations Citing COVID Risk

By Kurt Hofmann Jul 15, 2020
The Austrian government has expanded its landing ban to cover aircraft originating from 18 nations, up from the previous nine, after noting rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in certain countries.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Asian Carriers’ Negotiations For Regional Jets ‘Skyrocket,’ Embraer Says

By Chen Chuanren Jul 15, 2020
Airlines are considering the flexibility of introducing a new fleet of smaller regional aircraft as they juggle diminishing passenger demand, cost per seat and falling capacity, Embraer VP of Asia-Pacific Cesar Pereira has said.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Suppliers Face Existential Decisions After COVID-19 Crisis

By Michael Bruno Jul 15, 2020
Facing a $475 billion loss in commercial aviation manufacturing, the A&D industrial base could suffer aftershocks for years.
A&D Week

Boeing Services CEO On Supply Chain, Recovery

By Lee Ann Shay Jul 15, 2020
Boeing Global Services CEO Ted Colbert discusses the challenges of managing the aftermarket business through COVID-19.
A&D Week

How Pratt & Whitney Plans To Grow Its Military Business

By Steve Trimble Jul 15, 2020
President Matthew Bromberg on COVID-19, production increases and future development efforts.
A&D Week

 

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