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Delta | October 26, 2020
The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has tentatively approved a proposed transborder joint venture between Delta Air Lines and Canada’s WestJet, but is requiring the two airlines to divest coveted takeoff and landing slots at New York LaGuardia Airport. The DOT’s order allows Delta and WestJet to embark on a “metal neutral” joint venture, giving them the rights to share revenues and costs and coordinate routes and schedules. Delta has a similar agreement with Aeromexi...
Eviation Aircraft | July 02, 2021
Eviation Aircraft, a worldwide producer of all-electric aircraft, has revealed its Alice all-electric aircraft design, which is scheduled to take to the air later this year. The production configuration, which has been optimized based on real-world lessons learned and customer feedback, outlines Alice's path to certification and service entry, scheduled for 2024.
Alice, a nine-passenger, two-crew member aircraft, produces no carbon emissions, produces considerably less noise, ...
EMMA Systems | November 09, 2021
Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA), Belgium’s second-largest airport in terms of passenger traffic, and EMMA Systems, a provider of operations management solutions for airports, have agreed to collaborate to jointly configure, test and commission an airport operations management platform (with A-CDM functionality) at BSCA. EMMA System’s platform will help BSCA increase the predictability of operations, reduce delays, conserve fuel and decrease operational costs.
TheHill | March 23, 2020
Two major U.S. aviation companies on Monday announced drastic measures as the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep the globe and hammer economic markets. Boeing said it was suspending airplane production in the Seattle area for 14 days beginning on March 25. The shutdown will take place at “sites across the Puget Sound area,” where roughly 70,000 employees work to build such aircraft as the Air Force’s KC-46 aerial refueling tanker and Navy’s P-8 Poseidon submarine hun...
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