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Pratt & Whitney Singapore lay off staff

Pratt & Whitney had three joint ventures with the Singapore Airlines Engineering Company. Photo by Benjamin Liew | AeroNewsX American aer...

Delta CEO thanks more than 17,000 staff who voluntarily agree to leave

As a significant number of Delta employees depart this week, the Chief Executive Officer of Delta Air Lines, Ed Bastian expressed his sin...

Airbus posts heavy quarterly loss, to slow A350 production

Today, in light of a heavier-than-expected quarterly losses and a continuing lack of demand for new wide-body aircraft, European aircraft...

Boeing confirms closure of 747 production in 2022, pushes launch of 777X

Boeing has confirmed that it will suspend production of the iconic 747 in 2022. The Boeing 747-8. Photo by Brandon Farris | AeroNewsX “Wh...

Malaysia Airlines dismisses report of US$300 million grant

Photo by Benjamin Liew | AeroNewsX Malaysia Airlines, the flag carrier of Malaysia, dismissed claims of receiving funding from its govern...

ViaAir to be rebranded

A lineup of ViaAir Embraer 120s. Photo by ViaAir from Wikipedia Commons Wexford Capital, a Connecticut based investment fund, announced o...

Alaska Airlines announce $214m Q2 loss, plans to join Oneworld

Alaska Air Group Inc. has announced that they suffered a net loss of $214 million for the second quarter of 2020. In addition to their fi...

Fire at Liège Airport

A fire has been reported at Liège Airport, in Belgium, this evening, with no flights taking off or landing for a brief moment. Shortly after

Major fire breaks out on Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 777 freighter

An Ethiopian Cargo aircraft, similar to the one involved in the incident today. Photo by Andrew Pries | AeroNewsX An Ethiopian ...

Happy Belgian National Day: Brussels Airlines receives EUR 290 million in aid

According to sources for Belgian news agency, VRT NWS, Brussels Airlines is set to receive EUR 290 million after an agreement was reached...

Croatia is hopeful in Europe's reopening

Photo by Pascal Weste | AeroNewsX As Europe starts emerging out of lockdown, some countries have begun to open up their airports for the ...

Rolls-Royce will develop the propulsion system for Boom's Supersonic Overture

Today, technological advances promise a return to supersonic transport. The Boom Supersonic (Denver, Colorado) an American startup...

London Heathrow Airport reports over £1 billion loss

The United Kingdom's busiest airport, London Heathrow, situated in West London, has reported a loss of almost £1.1 billion pounds in its ...

airBaltic expands network despite COVID-19

airBaltic says it will launch a new seasonal connection between Riga and Rhodes from 6 August. By the end of August 2020, the carrier int...

Latest: IATA says pre-COVID passenger demand won't return until 2024

The International Air Transport Association has, in today’s briefing, updated its estimate for a return to pre-COVID air travel demand le...

FAA requires additional Boeing 737 Post-storage inspections

An American Airlines Boeing 737-800 at Phoenix. Photo by Cole McAndrew | AeroNewsX The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA...

SpiceJet, IndiGo plan to launch long-haul flights

As the global aviation sector begins to regain its momentum, airlines around the world are looking for ways to boost profits and maximise...

italian airways: Giuseppe Gentile tries again

Giuseppe Gentile founded Air Italy in 2005, an airline based in Milan Malpensa which was then bought by Meridiana. Last February while...

Qantas bids farewell to their final Boeing 747

The final Boeing 747 in the Qantas fleet departed from Sydney International Airport (SYD) on Wednesday, July 22nd, officially marking the...

IndiGo to lay-off 10% of its workforce

In what is the latest in a long list of redundancies announced by airlines around the world, IndiGo has revealed plans to lay-off 10% of ...

British Airways pilots vote to accept pay cuts and redundancies

The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) said in a statement on Friday that a deal had been struck between the association and the ...

ALPA yet again attacks Air Malta management while pilots threaten to strike

Pilot union ALPA has yet again attacked the Air Malta management for their “utter lack of direction” as pilots once again threaten to str...

Singapore Airlines reports heavy Q1 losses, defers Airbus deliveries

A Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900 slows down at Singapore Changi Airport. Photo by Benjamin Liew | AeroNewsX Singapore Airlines, the f...

Vistara plans to begin long-haul flights in August

TATA and Singapore Airlines joint-venture Vistara will soon start its long-awaited routes to Europe with their Boeing 787-9 aircraft. Vis...

New restrictions to passengers coming from Spain causes disappointment amongst UK airlines

New 14-day quarantine measures were introduced by the British Government this weekend to all passengers coming from Spain, which has led ...

Boeing to postpone launch of 777X by up to a year: Reuters

Sources have told Reuters that Boeing is likely to postpone the launch of its Boeing 777X, the latest version of Boeing's 777 family of a...

Why Vistara's A321neo delivery puts it well ahead of its competitors

Vistara has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo which features lie-flat seats in Business Class. This makes the Indian carrier the...

Taiwanese government approves flag carrier's renaming

A China Airlines Boeing 747 departs Taipei-Taoyuan Airport. Photo by Ernest Leung | AeroNewsX China Airlines, the flag carrier of the Rep...

Aeroflot plans to fly 130 million passengers by 2028

Aeroflot CEO, Vitaly Saveliev, has unveiled an ambitious plan for the airline group including a target to fly 130 million passengers by 2...

Nepal Airlines grounds all Chinese aircraft

Nepal Airlines (formerly Royal Nepal Airlines) suddenly and unexpectedly grounded its six-strong fleet on Chinese made aircraft on July 1...