Aerospace and defence company Boeing has reportedly planned to commence certification test campaign for 737 MAX aircraft.
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the aerospace industry forcing airlines to ground at least 80% of their fleet.
Commercial aviation decarbonisation innovator ZeroAvia has performed the first commercial-scale electric-powered flight in the UK.
US carrier Alaska Airlines has decided to begin operating Embraer 175 jet aircraft in the US state in October.
Aerospace and defence company Airbus has secured European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification for its five-bladed H145 helicopters.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) head Stephen Dickson has confirmed that Boeing 737 MAX aircraft will return only after ‘a comprehensive and rigorous review process’.
US Senator Maria Cantwell and chairman Roger Wicker have introduced bipartisan legislation to strengthen the oversight of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), as well as improve aviation safety.
Aircraft maintenance services provider FEAM and US regional carrier Air Wisconsin Airlines have entered a formal agreement for CRJ200 line maintenance support.
The production of Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft was temporarily put on hold from January this year following two deadly air crashes due to technical issues with the plane’s flight control...
Multinational travel and tourism company TUI and US manufacturer Boeing have signed a compensation deal in connection with the grounding of 737 MAX aircraft.