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Bristow Group | August 30, 2021
Bristow Group Inc., the world's leading global provider of vertical flight solutions to government and civil organizations, and Electra.aero, Inc. a pioneering developer of clean and efficient aviation technology solutions, today announced they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to pursue a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) and Purchase Agreement under which the two firms will cooperate on the technical development and certification, as well as marketing and future operations of...
WestJet | September 28, 2020
Canadian low-cost airline WestJet is excited to get the MAX back into service. While it sees the aircraft being allowed to fly in Q4 of 2020, it doesn’t expect to see it on its own schedules until probably next year. Nevertheless, Jeff Martin, Chief Operations Officer at WestJet, has said that the airline is ‘committed’ to the MAX and excited to see it in its fleet....
ZeroAvia | July 22, 2022
ZeroAvia, the leader in developing zero-emission solutions for commercial aviation, announced a collaboration with Edmonton International Airport to explore opportunities to develop the hydrogen infrastructure required for delivering zero-emission flights and decarbonizing ground operations.
Under the agreement, EIA will work with ZeroAvia to develop hydrogen infrastructure at both the main airport and Villeneuve Airport. The partnership targets exploring the use of hydrogen for d...
Air Canada | May 26, 2020
Air Canada is offering customers a choice of 97 destinations in Canada, the US and around the world with an abridged schedule this summer. Within Canada, the schedule will increase from 34 routes in May to 58 routes in June, with more routes expected to be added in August and September. In the US, the airline has resumed fights to New York-LaGuardia, Washington-Dulles, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago. There are tentative plans to resume more US services from 22 June, pending regul...
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