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€500 million Safran loan agreement with European Investment Bank to finance research on future aircraft propulsion systems

The European Investment Bank has given Safran a 500 million euro credit line to finance its research into innovative propulsion systems for the next generation of single-aisle commercial airplanes. This marks a major step forward in Safran's roadmap to achieve carbon-free air transport. The loan agreement underscores the purpose of the EIB, which recently redefined itself as a "...

Pilot training program within ReNew framework - Lufthansa Group

The global aviation crisis caused by the pandemic continues to have serious consequences for employees working in the airline industry. As a result, pilot training has also been severely affected by the repercussions of the crisis, as the need for recruitment has decreased. Nevertheless, Lufthansa has decided to use the interruption caused by the crisis to fundamentally modernize the existing t...

Vista Global to acquire Apollo Jets

Vista Global has entered into an agreement to acquire Apollo Jets. Founded in 2008, Apollo has become one of the most prominent and established private aviation providers in the United States, with strong client relationships across leading Fortune 500, medium and large businesses, and sports and entertainment industries — servicing clients such as Derek Jeter and Shaquille O&rsquo...

4AIR becomes first private aviation participant in the IATA Aviation Carbon Exchange

4AIR has become the first private aviation stakeholder to make a trade on the IATA Aviation Carbon Exchange ACE, a centralized platform where airlines and other aviation stakeholders can trade carbon offsets to reduce their climate impact. 4AIR has conducted its first transaction on the exchange with ClimeCo Corp., purchasing offsets from the environmental commodity products advisor on b...

Liebherr celebrates over twenty thousand repairs of aerospace components in China

The repair of a flow control valve for an Airbus A320 that belongs to a Chinese operator marks a milestone for Liebherr in China.  Over the past five years, the company has been investing in the development of a growing range of OEM maintenance services on air management systems (ATA Chapters 21 and 36) for various airlines operating Airbus single aisle and long range as well as Bombardier...

New retailer for TECNAM P2012 series - German Air Alliance

TECNAM announces their partnership with Air Alliance to market its ultimate twin engine Tecnam P2012 series for the sales territories in Germany and Austria. Air Alliance, in business since 1993, is a large group offering different aviation services: sales, charters, maintenance and flight training. The P2012 will be the first turbocharged twin piston aircraft in the Air Alliance portfol...

The industrialization of electric aircraft and low-carbon aviation: AURA AERO & VERKOR

AURA AERO, whose ambition is to industrialize disruptive technologies for the aviation of tomorrow, has just signed a Memorandum Of Understanding with VERKOR, a brand new company developing battery cells for electric vehicles. Through this collaboration, AURA AERO will be able to develop its range of electric aircraft and thus reach a new stage in the creation of a low-carbon aviation. Based ne...

Qantas launches new mystery flight weekend adventures

Flight to nowhere? Check. Flight to somewhere? Check. Flight to who knows where? That’s next. Qantas has announced the latest in its series of highly popular concept flights to combat the border blues, with plans to operate three domestic mystery flights for travellers keen to enjoy unique travel experiences in Australia while international borders remain closed. The national carri...

Among first airlines in the World to Trial IATA Travel Pass - airBaltic

airBaltic is among the first airlines in the world to express its support for introduction of global IATA Travel Pass solution for cross border travel. The IATA Travel Pass is a mobile app that will help passengers to manage their travel easily and securely in line with government requirements for COVID-19 tests or vaccines. airBaltic has announced it will t...

Recaro Aircraft Seating enters regional market with Embraer

Recaro Aircraft Seating is entering the regional jet market with its first Embraer installation. The BL3710 and SL3710 seats will be retrofitted on the Embraer E190 and line fitted in Brazil on the Embraer E195-E2 for KLM Cityhopper, the regional arm of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. “Expanding into the regional jet mar...

15 years of growth and accomplishments - Constant Aviation

This year is special for Constant Aviation as it is marking the 15th anniversary of its founding at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE). What started as a single-hangar operation with just a handful of technicians has grown significantly. Today, Constant Aviation employs more than 450 people throughout the country. It operates 276,655 square feet of hangar space in Cleveland, O...

Alaska Airlines took delivery of its first Boeing 737-9 MAX and started passenger service

First Alaska Airlines Boeing 737-9 MAX delivered, marking a new phase of modernizing the airline's fleet in the coming years. Alaska pilots flew the aircraft on a short flight from the Boeing Delivery Center at Boeing Field in Seattle to the company's hangar at Sea-Tac International Airport with a small group of Alaska's top leadership on board....