Articles tagged “aircraft”

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Russian Airlines With Foreign-Leased Planes Told Not to Fly Abroad

All Russian airlines must cope with mass cancellations and refunds, echoing the early days of the pandemic. For instance, Aeroflot and S7, Russia's two largest airlines, said they were halting flights to the dozens of countries they serve.

Russian Airlines With Foreign-Leased Planes Told Not to Fly Abroad

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EasyJet Faces a Shareholder Vote Showdown With Its Founder Over Plane Order

EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou owns 35 percent of the airline's shares, and he only needs 50 percent of shareholders casting votes to defeat the company's management and force the budget carrier to kill a plane supply deal with Airbus. We can see why he likes his odds of winning.

EasyJet Faces a Shareholder Vote Showdown With Its Founder Over Plane Order

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Already Packed Airplane Storage Sites Expect an Influx of More Grounded Aircraft

These are busy days for some sites where airlines park their grounded planes. We'll know the recovery is under way when sites like this begin to empty out.

Already Packed Airplane Storage Sites Expect an Influx of More Grounded Aircraft

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Airbus Profit Grows as It Boosts Deliveries of Boeing Max Jet Rival

While Boeing undergoes its own struggles, Airbus is ploughing ahead and with a backlog of jets to work through, things look good for at least the next couple of years.

Airbus Profit Grows as It Boosts Deliveries of Boeing Max Jet Rival

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Boeing Safety Certification Under Scrutiny by Congress

Since the Ethiopian crash, Boeing has come under increasing examination over the aircraft involved. U.S. lawmakers will want to get to the bottom of what happened during the certification process.

Boeing Safety Certification Under Scrutiny by Congress

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Airbus May Simplify Power Structure With Incoming CEO

Incoming Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury is preparing for the transition, and will hopefully help the company deliver its aircraft on time.

Airbus May Simplify Power Structure With Incoming CEO

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American Airlines Pushes for Logo to Receive Copyright Protection

American Airlines may get another shot at copyright protection for its new logo — an understandable desire, given how much work goes into a redesign.

American Airlines Pushes for Logo to Receive Copyright Protection

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Boeing Faces a Severe Slowdown in Jetliner Deliveries

Deliveries of Boeing's popular 737 narrowbody faltered in July as the airplane manufacturer had difficulty sourcing parts from its suppliers. The simmering trade war may make such delays worse, but for now, the problem is just surprisingly high demand.

Boeing Faces a Severe Slowdown in Jetliner Deliveries

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Asian Airlines Don’t Want President Trump To Know What Planes They’ve Ordered

This is crazy. According to Airbus, some Asian airlines don't want to publicly divulge their aircraft orders for fear of angering the Tweeter-in-Chief. What a mess.

Asian Airlines Don’t Want President Trump To Know What Planes They’ve Ordered

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U.S. Intends to Loosen Rules for Supersonic Jet Travel

Boom! Supersonic flights just got one step closer to becoming a reality again, thanks to news that U.S. regulations about them are coming up for review with an intent to loosen them.

U.S. Intends to Loosen Rules for Supersonic Jet Travel