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UK regional airline British Midland Regional Limited trading as Flybmi has filed for administration due to higher fuel costs and uncertainty created by Brexit.
Italian state-owned rail company Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) has confirmed that it would work on a potential partnership with Delta Air Lines and EasyJet to prepare a rescue plan for the troubled Alitalia airline.
The European Commission (EC) has approved the proposed deal between Air France-KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Group to acquire joint control over Virgin Atlantic.
Airbus has revealed that it will cease production of the world’s largest commercial airliner, A380, after Emirates, the biggest customer of the model, decided to reduce its total order of the model by 39 aircraft.
Sikorsky subsidiary Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) has reached an agreement with aviation firm Fly Blade for on-demand urban mobility option in the New York City metro area.
Air Canada has completed the previously announced amendment and extension of the capacity purchase agreement (CPA) with Canadian regional airline Jazz Aviation.
Qantas Group has purchased a 19.9% stake in Australian charter flight operator Alliance Airlines.
SMBC Aviation Capital has signed an agreement to purchase 65 A320neo Family aircraft from Airbus for more than $7.4bn at list prices, and IATA has claimed that a ‘no deal’ Brexit could result in a restriction on flights and higher prices for customers. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2019.
Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) parent company ANA Holdings (ANA HD) is set to acquire 9.5% of outstanding shares in PAL Holdings.
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