The Pentagon’s Space Development Agency (SDA) has selected two firms to develop satellites and sensors specifically capable of tracking advanced missile threats, including hypersonic missiles.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued the draft Flight Standardization Board (FSB) report on the proposed pilot training for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
As long-term storage sites for aircraft become increasingly full, airlines’ responsiveness to an increase in demand is seriously hampered. Parking aircraft is an alarming trend and shows the industry is not expecting a quick recovery.
US legislators have unveiled a comprehensive bill that seeks to reform and improve the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) certification and regulatory processes.
Pilots of carrier United Airlines have agreed on a reduced scheduled deal that will prevent 2,800 furloughs that were due on 1 October.
Finnish biofuel producer and oil refiner Neste and Shell Aviation have signed a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supply agreement.
Business travel is expected to be extensively monitored as the COVID-19 pandemic presents new challenges.
Companies operating in a range of sub-segments within the global tourism sector have been dramatically changing long-standing policies around cancellation and change fees. This is to provide travelers with the new must-have when booking a trip in the ‘new normal’ – flexibility.
On the 27th August, Rolls-Royce announced record H1 losses of £5.4 billion. These losses are mainly concentrated on its Civil Aerospace business, Power Systems business, and ITP Aero subsidiary, whilst revenues from its Defence business have remained steady.
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