Envoy Air

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Envoy Air Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group, operating nearly 150 aircraft on about 800 daily flights to more than 140 destinations. With more than 14,000 employees, Envoy is the largest provider of regional flight service to American Airlines under the American Eagle brand.

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ZEROAVIA ACQUIRES LEADING FUEL CELL STACK INNOVATOR HYPOINT

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ZeroAvia, the leader in developing zero-emission solutions for commercial aviation, today announced that it has acquired in full the leading fuel cell stack innovator HyPoint. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.The acquisition adds HyPoint's advanced high-temperature fuel cell technology - a promising avenue for increasing power output and energy density of aviation fuel cell powertrains - to ZeroAvia's already leading expertise in developing the full powertrain to ...

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terminud` | March 31, 2020

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Boeing | July 10, 2020

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American Airlines executives have told Boeing they will not take delivery of 17 737 Max airplanes unless the carrier can secure financing to pay for the aircraft, people familiar with the discussions told CNBC. The 17 Max planes are already built, but will not be delivered until the Federal Aviation Administration recertifies the aircraft and removes a grounding order, which is expected to happen later this summer or by early fall....

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES REVISES MAX RETURN TO SERVICE TO AUGUST

Simple Flying | February 13, 2020

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Southwest Airlines, the largest operator of the 737 MAX, has revised its expectations to say that it will not include the troubled aircraft in schedules until August. Previously the airline had said it hoped the plane would return by 6 June. The continued grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jet is causing an ongoing issue for several airlines. None more so than Southwest, which has 34 grounded MAX aircraft and 310 on order, making it the operator of the largest fleet of MAX aircraft....

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ZEROAVIA ACQUIRES LEADING FUEL CELL STACK INNOVATOR HYPOINT

ZeroAvia | October 10, 2022

ZeroAvia, the leader in developing zero-emission solutions for commercial aviation, today announced that it has acquired in full the leading fuel cell stack innovator HyPoint. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.The acquisition adds HyPoint's advanced high-temperature fuel cell technology - a promising avenue for increasing power output and energy density of aviation fuel cell powertrains - to ZeroAvia's already leading expertise in developing the full powertrain to ...

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TEST Q&A SANGRAM VAJRE

terminud` | March 31, 2020

Sangram Vajre, Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist at Terminus is also an author and host of the podcast FlipmyFunnel. He is one of the leading minds in B2B marketing. MEDIA 7: What are you passionate about? SANGRAM VAJRE: Three things: Lead professionally. Grow personally. Love family. M7: Terminus has been recognized as one of Georgia’s 40 fastest-growing companies by ACG Atlanta. What factors contribute to this pace? SV: One of our core values i...

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Boeing | July 10, 2020

American Airlines executives have told Boeing they will not take delivery of 17 737 Max airplanes unless the carrier can secure financing to pay for the aircraft, people familiar with the discussions told CNBC. The 17 Max planes are already built, but will not be delivered until the Federal Aviation Administration recertifies the aircraft and removes a grounding order, which is expected to happen later this summer or by early fall....

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES REVISES MAX RETURN TO SERVICE TO AUGUST

Simple Flying | February 13, 2020

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