Eurocontrol devises steps to spread air traffic management capacity across Europe this summer and tackle flight delays.
Precautionary groundings eschew data-driven approach to safety risk analysis.
While their international divisions have been under pressure, Australasian airlines aren’t deviating from plans to select new long-range aircraft this year.
United Technologies Corp.’s newly minted aerospace super supplier, Collins Aerospace, combines the legacy operations of Rockwell Collins, B/E Aerospace, Hamilton Sundstrand and Goodrich.
He says the super supplier has “hit the ground running,” he is focused on connected aerospace and sees a “huge” future for hybrid-electric propulsion.
By rejecting a “top-down” approach, the U.S. Transportation Department has allowed a new era of aerospace innovation to flourish.
The freighter market is now in a boom cycle and, thanks to e-commerce, it seems likely to continue, judging from Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings’ experience.
Safran and its suppliers are struggling to cope with Leap engine delivery delays, especially since a steep production ramp-up is looming.
The decision to move to branded fares is one indication that Aeromexico is learning a lot from its joint relationship with Delta Air Lines.
Airlines are sounding more optimistic about what will happen after Britain leaves the EU in March 2019, but much uncertainty still remains.