|Airbus, Dassault finalizing bid for early work on new fighter jet|
Added: 16.11.2018 17:15 | 33 views | 0 comments
Airbus and France's Dassault Aviation will shortly submit an unsolicited proposal for initial conceptual work on a next-generation fighter jet to German and French officials, according to sources familiar with the matter.
|SaudiGulf Airlines places A320neo order with Airbus|
Added: 16.11.2018 8:44 | 16 views | 0 comments
Al-Qahtani Aviation, owner of SaudiGulf Airlines, has signed an agreement to purchase ten A320neo family aircraft. The commitment was announced today at the Bahrain International Airshow.
|Gulf Air to welcome new A320neo aircraft following SMBC deal|
Added: 16.11.2018 7:59 | 13 views | 0 comments
Gulf Air and SMBC Aviation Capital have announced a six-aircraft agreement for the purchase and leaseback of six Airbus A320neo aircraft.
|In-flight sexual misconduct task force announced by DOT|
Added: 15.11.2018 22:17 | 8 views | 0 comments
Members of the sexual misconduct task force will be announced during the Aviation Consumer Protection Advisory Committee's first meeting.
|U.S. pilots union warns of possible 'safety deficiency' in Boeing 737 MAX|
Added: 15.11.2018 19:27 | 21 views | 0 comments
The Air Line Pilots Association told U.S. safety regulators on Thursday the union was concerned about "a potential, significant aviation system safety deficiency" in the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, one of which crashed last month in Indonesia.
|Trade tensions shadow annual aviation meet in Sydney|
Added: 14.11.2018 17:51 | 3 views | 0 comments
SYDNEY, June 3- Trade tensions could dampen economic growth and have a negative impact on travel demand, especially for lucrative business travel that drives airlines' profits, aviation industry executives said on Sunday. The Trump administration has renewed tariff threats against China, while key U.S. allies Canada, Mexico and the European Union have been hit...
|FAA, Boeing study need for 737 MAX software changes after crash|
Added: 14.11.2018 6:16 | 5 views | 0 comments
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing Co are evaluating the need for software or design changes to 737 MAX jets in the wake of last month's deadly Lion Air crash in Indonesia, the regulator said on Tuesday.