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Families object to Boeing’s plea deal with Justice Department
Business Aviation

The US Justice Department has announced that Boeing will plead guilty to conspiracy to defraud the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) about the safety of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The announcement came in a court filing with federal district court Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth, Texas on Sunday. Families who lost loved ones in

Eclipse Global Connectivity partners with industry leaders to deliver high-speed inflight connectivity and entertainment
Business Aviation

Eclipse Global Connectivity, ThinKom, Kontron, and Display Interactive have announced a groundbreaking collaboration to retrofit a fleet of more than 50 narrow-body aircraft with a state-of-the-art inflight connectivity and entertainment solution. The comprehensive, end-to-end offering is set to revolutionize the passenger experience and enhance airline operations. Marc Pinault, CEO of Eclipse Global Connectivity, said, “We’re

Air Charter Service opens Manchester office to tap growing demand from tech and sports clients
Business Aviation

Leading aircraft charter broker Air Charter Service (ACS) has expanded its UK presence with the opening of a new office in Manchester, its third in the country and first in the north of England. The move comes as ACS looks to capitalise on growing demand from the thriving technology and sports sectors in the region,

Boeing’s safety concerns and the ripple effects on the airline sector
Business Aviation

Morningstar DBRS sheds light on the renewed safety concerns enveloping Boeing, which are poised to significantly impact the aviation giant’s operational capabilities, including its ability to maintain timely aircraft deliveries. This situation presents substantial implications for the airline industry, potentially affecting growth plans, operational schedules, airfare pricing, and the ambitious decarbonization targets set by many

GE Aerospace launches as independent public company following GE Vernova spin-off
Business Aviation

GE Aerospace (NYSE: GE) officially launched as an independent public company on April 2, 2024, following the completion of the GE Vernova spin-off. The company will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “GE”, with GE Aerospace and GE Vernova ringing the opening bell together at the NYSE. GE Aerospace Chairman and

Sinopec and TotalEnergies partner to produce sustainable aviation fuel in China
Business Aviation

China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) and TotalEnergies have signed a heads of agreement (HoA) in Beijing to establish a joint venture for the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from waste oils at one of Sinopec’s refineries. The partnership aims to achieve an annual production capacity of 230,000 tons, with the new production line


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