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20 years since 9/11: IATA boss says aviation still suffers the ‘consequences’

The impacts on the aviation sector from the 9/11 attacks continue to loom as the 20-year anniversary nears – the day when many lost their lives, and security was never the same again. To remember the victims, Willie Walsh, the director general of the International Air Transport Association, outlined how it changed the industry forever

Electric air race set for next year, first Pulitzer Trophy since 1925
Future of Aviation

The NAA, the oldest not-for-profit aviation organisation in the United States, will award the winner a trophy on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington.

He’s back! LAX jetpack man returns, FAA to investigate

An unidentified person reportedly flying a jetpack has once again been spotted by pilots on approach to LAX at 5,000 feet, the latest in a string of mysterious appearances that began in September 2020.

UK RAF to bolster Protector fleet in £195m deal

The UK Ministry of Defence has penned a new £195 million deal to procure 13 additional Protector aircraft for the Royal Air Force. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI) has been awarded the contract to deliver 13 additional Protector (SkyGuardian) RG Mk 1 (MQ-9B) aircraft to the RAF. The new contract, announced by UK Defence

Hi Fly welcomes 14th Airbus A330 to its fleet

Portuguese leisure carrier Hi Fly has added one more Airbus A330-300 to its fleet.

US government aid sees major airlines boast second quarter profits

US major carriers American Airlines and Southwest Airlines have both posted quarterly profits off the back of government support and a steady increase in domestic air travel demand.

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