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The #electric #E-Fan training aircraft is a highly innovative technology experimental demonstrator based on an all-composite construction.

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What 2019 Taught Us About the U.S. Airline Industry

Article | June 2, 2022

For U.S. airlines, the fourth earnings season is now complete. And as is customary these days, all players produced solid profits. Collectively, Delta, American, United, Southwest, Alaska, JetBlue, Hawaiian, Spirit, and Allegiant reached a double-digit operating margin, topping 10 percent on nearly $46 billion in revenues. For all of 2019, they earned 11 percent on $184 billion. The year before: 10 percent on $175 billion. No other country has an airline industry so stable and profitable. What were the highlights of the final quarter of the final year of the decade? Here’s a review:

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What’s Interesting About 2019’s Busiest International Routes?

Article | July 26, 2022

Have you ever thought about which routes around the world see the most traffic? What would your guesses be? Every year, the organization OAG (Official Airline Guide) puts out a publication detailing the world’s busiest routes. Their 2019 report had some interesting findings. Here’s what it revealed.

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Why The Airbus A220 Is The Plane Of The Future

Article | July 6, 2022

The Airbus A220 isn’t really a new aircraft. Bombardier first flew the CSeries in September 2013, with its entry into service in July 2016. And yet, the A220 seems to be answering problems that we’re not quite having yet. Airbus predicts a need for 7,000 A220s over the next two decades, and that’s probably not too overoptimistic. Here’s how the A220 is the plane of the future, today. The landscape of aviation is changing. In the past, airlines operated on hub and spoke models, passengers were happy to fit around schedules and the price of jet fuel was so low that efficiency wasn’t a huge consideration. Clearly, aviation today is very different.

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Why Does Aegean Want To Buy Croatia Airlines?

Article | February 10, 2020

Croatia Airlines is on sale, and Aegean Airlines expressed an interest to buy it. Why did the Greek flag carrier do this, and what plans could it have for Croatia Airlines? For several years now, the government of Croatia has been trying to sell Croatia Airlines. The national airline is loss-making and has not launched a single new route in 2019.

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Royole & Airbus unveil the first three cabin flexible display prototypes at Airshow China

Royole Corporation | October 01, 2021

Royole and Airbus confirmed the appetite for cabin flexible display solutions, after presenting the first three cabin flexible display prototypes this week at Airshow China, building on the partnership established between the two brands in 2018. Fully flexible display is an ultra-thin and ultra-light cutting-edge technology, adapting to any cabin surface with minimum integration efforts. Working as a 'sticker', it is the human-machine interface of the future in aviation, we are making it real with Royole, and we will continue to work together to push the boundaries of what is possible for aviation. - Alejandro Morales, Airbus project leader for Flexible Display. Utilizing fully flexible displays instead of traditional LCDs in aircraft can reduce both cost and weight, saving fuel and reducing carbon emissions in airliners, which will provide new paths to improving the sustainability of our world. - Mr. Hong Zhao, COO of Royole Corporation Royole's flexible solutions will save hundreds of thousands dollars (USD) of fuel each year, and meet the industry's strict quality and safety standards, passing the AS9100 and DO160 tests for flammability, toxicity and smoke. Today, Royole is the only flexible display manufacturer that can deal with the high demanding requirements of aircraft cabin. Flexible electronics can improve both the sustainability and value of commercial airlines, improving passenger experiences, re-imagining inflight entertainment, and creating new spaces for advertisers. It also represents the future of semiconductors that will drive category innovation, promoting a more environmentally sustainable future and enhancing many aspects of consumers lives. About Royole Corporation Royole Corporation is the global leader in flexible technology solutions, revolutionizing the way people experience and interact with the world. Royole's end-to-end proprietary technologies span fully flexible displays and sensors, delivering next-generation enterprise and consumer experiences that transform the way people live, work and engage with technology. Since its inception, Royole has achieved multiple industry milestones, including developing the world's thinnest, full-color fully flexible display, the world's first mass production facility for fully flexible displays, and the world's first commercial foldable smartphone with flexible display brought to market, FlexPai®. Founded in 2012, Royole Corporation has offices in Shenzhen, Beijing, Hong Kong, Japan, California and the Netherlands.

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Virgin Atlantic New York Airbus A350 Flights To Begin In September

Simple Flying | July 07, 2019

This past Friday, we saw Virgin Atlantic open up reservations for its Airbus A350-1000XWB service from London Heathrow to New York JFK. According to RoutesOnline, the service will commence on September 10th. From there, the A350 will operate six weekly flights. At first the flights will have the numbers VS153 outbound and VS138 on the return. However, this will change to VS137 outbound and VS138 return as of September 25th. RoutesOnline is also reporting that additional A350-operating service will be filed in the coming weeks.

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Airbus: Skywise growth underscores how fast digital transformation is advancing in aviation

CAPA | June 20, 2019

CAPA publishes more than 400 global News Briefs every weekday, covering all aspects of the aviation and travel industry. It’s the most comprehensive source of market intelligence in the world, with around 50 per cent of content translated from non-English sources. The breadth of our coverage means you won’t need any other news sources to monitor competitors and stay informed about the latest developments in the wider aviation sector.

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Royole & Airbus unveil the first three cabin flexible display prototypes at Airshow China

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Royole and Airbus confirmed the appetite for cabin flexible display solutions, after presenting the first three cabin flexible display prototypes this week at Airshow China, building on the partnership established between the two brands in 2018. Fully flexible display is an ultra-thin and ultra-light cutting-edge technology, adapting to any cabin surface with minimum integration efforts. Working as a 'sticker', it is the human-machine interface of the future in aviation, we are making it real with Royole, and we will continue to work together to push the boundaries of what is possible for aviation. - Alejandro Morales, Airbus project leader for Flexible Display. Utilizing fully flexible displays instead of traditional LCDs in aircraft can reduce both cost and weight, saving fuel and reducing carbon emissions in airliners, which will provide new paths to improving the sustainability of our world. - Mr. Hong Zhao, COO of Royole Corporation Royole's flexible solutions will save hundreds of thousands dollars (USD) of fuel each year, and meet the industry's strict quality and safety standards, passing the AS9100 and DO160 tests for flammability, toxicity and smoke. Today, Royole is the only flexible display manufacturer that can deal with the high demanding requirements of aircraft cabin. Flexible electronics can improve both the sustainability and value of commercial airlines, improving passenger experiences, re-imagining inflight entertainment, and creating new spaces for advertisers. It also represents the future of semiconductors that will drive category innovation, promoting a more environmentally sustainable future and enhancing many aspects of consumers lives. About Royole Corporation Royole Corporation is the global leader in flexible technology solutions, revolutionizing the way people experience and interact with the world. Royole's end-to-end proprietary technologies span fully flexible displays and sensors, delivering next-generation enterprise and consumer experiences that transform the way people live, work and engage with technology. Since its inception, Royole has achieved multiple industry milestones, including developing the world's thinnest, full-color fully flexible display, the world's first mass production facility for fully flexible displays, and the world's first commercial foldable smartphone with flexible display brought to market, FlexPai®. Founded in 2012, Royole Corporation has offices in Shenzhen, Beijing, Hong Kong, Japan, California and the Netherlands.

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Virgin Atlantic New York Airbus A350 Flights To Begin In September

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This past Friday, we saw Virgin Atlantic open up reservations for its Airbus A350-1000XWB service from London Heathrow to New York JFK. According to RoutesOnline, the service will commence on September 10th. From there, the A350 will operate six weekly flights. At first the flights will have the numbers VS153 outbound and VS138 on the return. However, this will change to VS137 outbound and VS138 return as of September 25th. RoutesOnline is also reporting that additional A350-operating service will be filed in the coming weeks.

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