Aerospace and defence company Lockheed Martin has received updated type design certification for its LM-100J commercial aircraft from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Australian national carrier Qantas Airways has pledged to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, exceeding the commitments made by the aviation industry.
Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines’ joint venture signed an order with CFM for 26 LEAP-1A engines for its 13 new Airbus A320neo and ten leased aircraft and Brazilian company Embraer signed a $1.4bn purchase agreement with global fractional private jet travel company Flexjet. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up key headlines for October 2019.
United Airlines has invested $40m to expedite the development of sustainable aviation fuels and other decarbonisation technologies.
The UK Government has introduced the Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill to modernise airspace and address the illegal use of unmanned aircraft.
Low-cost airline operator Norwegian has entered a joint venture (JV) deal with China Leasing International DAC (CCBLI) for the purpose of financing, owning and leasing its new ordered aircraft.
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