Sustainability

Brought to you by:Northrop Grumman
Sep 30, 2022
As airlines map out their paths to net zero, the industry is seeking to make sure they have accurate ways to track their performance.
Sep 28, 2022
Leaders of Europe’s Clean Aviation research initiative believe the program is on track to see decreases in aircraft greenhouse gas emissions by 30% within the next decade.

Crossover Narrowbody Jets

Brought to you by:Embraer
Sep 08, 2022
The manufacturer is trying to convince airlines in southeast Asia to purchase its regional jets.
Aug 08, 2022
Facing no new rival, the future of Embraer’s scope-clause-compliant E175 is expected to remain steady.

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Aircraft & Propulsion

Oct 04, 2022
Lars Wagner discusses sustainability, MTU's technology roadmap and Boeing's next aircraft in an upcoming interview with Aviation Week.
Oct 03, 2022
Negotiations with Boeing regarding 787s are ongoing, while the carrier is also having discussions on acquiring new regional jets.
Sep 30, 2022
Boeing does not appear to be on track to get the 737-7 certified this year, putting the program in need of a congressional waiver from a pending deadline.
Sep 30, 2022
As demand returns, some carriers are seeing a different, much more fundamental piece of their operation shaken—their flight-training cultures.
Sep 29, 2022
The WestJet Group has announced a new firm order for 42 Boeing 737-10s, with options for up to 22 more,

Interiors & Connectivity

Sep 28, 2022
Russian airlines are preparing to restore access to the digital datalink Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS).
Sep 23, 2022
The Quest seat features an angled tilt monitor and an industrial design that Jamco says is “focused on providing an elegant premium hotel in the sky while maintaining competitive density.”
Sep 21, 2022
American Airlines is giving customers a “suite” new ride.
Sep 20, 2022
Keeping innovation going in a complex industry requires planning, listening and partnering with many colleagues to answer questions that haven’t been asked. 
Sep 20, 2022
Passenger expectations of what it means to have good connectivity onboard are changing and outpacing what many airlines can provide.

Airports & Routes

Oct 04, 2022
At a Eurocontrol-led conference in Brussels, industry representatives discussed measures to avert a repeat of of the operational chaos of summer 2022.
Oct 04, 2022
As regional carriers struggle to maintain their networks amid myriad challenges, ULCCs are increasingly filling their schedules with smaller destinations—a trend that is expected to continue, consultancy Swelbar-Zhong said.
Oct 04, 2022
Kenya Airways and Indian Ocean carrier Air Austral have launched a codeshare that will extend services for their passengers beyond the other’s hubs.
Oct 03, 2022
As restrictions are removed, mainland China will be left as the lone holdout of the major Asia-Pacific economies.
Oct 03, 2022
The carriers already codeshare on 20 routes between North and South America.

Airlines & Lessors

Oct 04, 2022
Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen on Oct. 4 signed a final rule that extends the minimum rest period for flight attendants to 10 consecutive hours between shifts, saying the change “corrects a historical inequity.”
Oct 04, 2022
At a Eurocontrol-led conference in Brussels, industry representatives discussed measures to avert a repeat of of the operational chaos of summer 2022.
Oct 04, 2022
As regional carriers struggle to maintain their networks amid myriad challenges, ULCCs are increasingly filling their schedules with smaller destinations—a trend that is expected to continue, consultancy Swelbar-Zhong said.
Oct 04, 2022
Canada’s Sunwing Airlines has extended leases on two aircraft to support robust demand for the upcoming winter season. 
Oct 04, 2022
KLM and its LCC subsidiary Transavia have urged international harmonization to ensure that unruly passengers removed from one airline’s flights should not be able to circumvent the ban by flying on another carrier. 

Safety, Operations & Regulation

Oct 04, 2022
New FAA guidance on both training and operational aspects of managing an aircraft's flight path is expected to be out by yearend, the agency told ICAO delegates in an update.
Oct 04, 2022
The country was unable to win a majority from 170 voting nations at the 41st ICAO Assembly, which meets in Montreal every three years and runs through Oct. 7
Oct 04, 2022
Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen on Oct. 4 signed a final rule that extends the minimum rest period for flight attendants to 10 consecutive hours between shifts, saying the change “corrects a historical inequity.”
Oct 04, 2022
At a Eurocontrol-led conference in Brussels, industry representatives discussed measures to avert a repeat of of the operational chaos of summer 2022.
Oct 03, 2022
As restrictions are removed, mainland China will be left as the lone holdout of the major Asia-Pacific economies.

Maintenance & Training

Oct 04, 2022
New FAA guidance on both training and operational aspects of managing an aircraft's flight path is expected to be out by yearend, the agency told ICAO delegates in an update.
Sep 30, 2022
As demand returns, some carriers are seeing a different, much more fundamental piece of their operation shaken—their flight-training cultures.
Sep 28, 2022
The cadet-pilot program is open to candidates without any flight experience and is “designed to inspire professional vocations among candidates from all backgrounds and to promote diversity,” the airline says.
Sep 27, 2022
Many carriers are now spooling up their recruitment and training again to account for short-term recovery needs and long-term expansion.
Sep 22, 2022
France's SNPL no longer wants to see student pilots paying a large amount of money upfront for training; it intends to discourage potential embezzlement and other unscrupulous behavior.