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Record-breaking airline revenues predicted for 2024 amidst net profit margin challenge

Airlines worldwide are gearing up for a significant rebound, with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) projecting record revenues and bolstered profitability for the aviation industry in the years ahead. This prediction illustrates the sector’s remarkable recovery from the economic turbulence of the pandemic, as airlines capitalise on the global desire for travel. In 2024,

Turkish Airlines set to become world’s top Trent XWB engine user with major Rolls-Royce deal

In a significant move for the aviation industry, Rolls-Royce has announced that Turkish Airlines will become the world’s largest operator of its Trent XWB engines. The deal includes an order for 100 Trent XWB-84 engines and 40 Trent XWB-97 engines, powering Turkish Airlines’ strategic expansion with a fleet of 70 Airbus A350 aircraft. The agreement

Latam’s green shift with more Boeing 787s and cutting-edge engines

In a bold move towards enhancing efficiency and sustainability, LATAM group has stepped up its game by placing orders for additional Boeing 787 Dreamliners and choosing GE Aerospace’s advanced GEnx engines to power them. This strategic decision introduces a new era of high performance and efficiency for the first South American airline group to adopt

Singapore Changi wins Skytrax best airport award

The latest rankings put Tokyo's Haneda in third, South Korea's Incheon International Airport in fourth and Paris Charles de Gaulle in fifth. 

US MQ-9 Reaper drone collides with Russian fighter

US Air Force General James B Hecker revealed that before the incident, the Su-27 dumped fuel on and flew in front of the MQ-9 in what he branded a “reckless” manoeuvre.

Google Wing drones to pick up packages without human help

The business said the change, along with other improvements to its charging processes, could allow its drones to shift to delivering millions of parcels a year.


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