Delta Air Lines is working to whittle down the number of aircraft types in its operating fleet while taking a hiatus from its comprehensive upgauging strategy in the 2020-2021 time period.
Drone traffic management system developer Altitude Angel on Dec. 12 announced a contract from Dutch air navigation service provider LVNL to provide an unmanned aircraft systems traffic management (UTM) platform for the Netherlands.
Etihad Aviation Training and Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa University of Science and Technology have partnered on a three-year study to explore game-based learning for the next generation of airline pilots.
Aircraft lessor BOC Aviation has appointed a new executive director, board vice-chairman, two deputy managing directors and CFO following the retirement of two multi-role senior executives.
German aircraft-seating manufacturer Recaro has inaugurated a new production facility in Qingdao, China, paving the way for further Asia-Pacific growth.
Israel’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAAI) has issued an airworthiness directive (AD) to airlines operating Boeing 737 freighters modified by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).
The Azerbaijani government-owned carrier Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) will buy more than 20 new aircraft to develop its route network as plans continue to more than double its fleet.
Qantas has named the Airbus A350-1000 as its preferred choice for its ultra-long-haul plan known as Project Sunrise, although a final decision is still to come.
Boeing is reportedly delaying plans to accelerate production to 57 per month until 2021.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson suggested Boeing improve the “quality and timeliness” of information it is providing the agency to support getting the 737 MAX back into service, part of a larger message that Boeing’s efforts should focus on meeting regulatory demands, not influencing the process.