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Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has agreed to establish a subsidiary in Malta to expand its presence on the island and improve access to North Africa.
Bombardier has said that it is in talks with Japanese firm Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to sell its loss-making Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) commercial aircraft business to focus on private jets.
Portuguese private airline Hi Fly has bid for airline business of British travel group Thomas Cook, which is seeking to raise cash to strengthen its hotels business.
Airbus Helicopters and Hungarian Government have announced plans to establish an aerospace facility in Gyula, a town in Békés County, and Japan Airlines (JAL) and Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) have signed a memorandum of understanding on a joint business agreement on flights between Malaysia and Japan. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from May 2019.
Airbus Helicopters and Hungarian Government have announced plans to establish an aerospace facility in Gyula, a town in Békés County.
Italian aerospace and defence firm Leonardo is seeking to expand its operations in different areas of business by seeking new partnerships.
Rolls-Royce has bolstered its business aviation service network with the expansion of the global network of Authorised Service Centres (ASC) for its large CorporateCare customer base.
Boeing, the world’s oldest aircraft manufacturer, enjoyed a monopoly in aviation for 54 years until its major competitor Airbus was born in 1970. Aerospace-technology compares the two aerospace behemoths and tries to envisage what the future holds for them.
Bombardier has decided to divest its aerostructures operations in Belfast and Morocco as a part of its plan to consolidate all aerospace assets into a single streamlined and fully integrated business.
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