Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer has posted its results for the first quarter of the 2020 financial year. Delivering just five…
The pandemic has forced school closures across America, but it’s also disrupting aviation training programs, vital to faciliating more gender diversity.
The Japan Times revealed this week that the national tourism board – the Japan Tourism Agency – put forth a proposal that would see up to half the cost of a trip to the country covered by Tokyo.
Many airlines are in a rush to convert their passenger planes to freighters since the demand for air travel plummeted drastically due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Airbus has recently started a new virtual aircraft delivery process to secure the continuation of the manufacturer’s delivery stream.
United is set to cut the number of May 2020 flights by 90 per cent as it contends with a 97 per cent drop in passenger numbers year to year in April.
The United States Air Force has inked a deal with Boeing for “VC-25B technical publications” – the instruction manual for the two military 747-200B jets collectively known as “Air Force One.”
FedEx will add 150 flights over the next month to transport medical supplies such as masks, protective suits, and other healthcare equipment to the U.S. from China.
Airbus has released figures showing is deliveries of aircraft are down approximately 35 per cent compared to February.
Boeing is temporarily suspending production operations at its facilities in Ridley Township, Pennsylvania.
Boeing is facing an unpredicted challenge in maintaining its schedule of returning the 737 Max to service with airlines around the world.
Airbus is examining how it can assist with the production of ventilators for the UK’s National Health Service, as the country braces itself to hit the peak of its coronavirus outbreak.
The Singaporean government announced late on Sunday that all short-term travellers would be prohibited from entering the country – including passengers transiting through Changi Airport.
Thailand has become the latest in a long list of countries closing its borders for international travel.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation has announced the second and third G700 test aircraft have taken flight.
Just days after Airbus announced a 35 per cent drop in deliveries for the month of March, Reuters has reported that company chief Guillaume Faury will be looking into multiple customer requests to defer deliveries.
Boeing will resume all commercial aeroplane production in its Puget Sound-region facilities next week, after suspending operations last month in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Consultancy firm ICF has analysed data from Flightradar24 to examine the slow rebound of Chinese aviation as the country slowly comes out of the coronavirus crisis giving hope to the global aviation industry.
Rolls Royce is facing the brunt of the growing aviation crisis as, the engine maker has seen 50% of its revenue vanish almost overnight, as airlines and aerospace builders stop placing aircraft orders and stop paying rent on engines.
Thai Airways is planning to suspend most of its flights by 1 April. The airline said it had been reluctant to cut its capacity but, with more nearby countries closing their borders, it had been left with no choice.