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Spirit AeroSystems | January 15, 2021
The Export-Import Bank of the United States has consented to ensure two financing bargains that will give $125 million to help aerospace work at GE Aviation and Spirit AeroSystems.
One of the deals is proposed to infuse liquidity into the striving US aerospace supply chain, while the other will help Australian airline Qantas buy seven GE motors, says the bank.
The ensures will "support" some 500 US occupations and help the "hard-hit aviation" are...
SITA | June 16, 2022
SITA announced the launch of SITA Flex-as-a-Service, a next-generation "beyond common-use" platform that allows airlines to provide a completely mobile experience to passengers while enabling the flexibility to rapidly respond to passenger's changing needs.
With passenger numbers ramping up sharply in many parts of the world, airlines and airports have been hard-pressed to respond quickly. SITA Flex APIs will enable airlines to create new and bespoke passenger proces...
Alaska Airlines | October 22, 2020
Employees of Microsoft Corp. who travel between their global headquarters in Redmond, Washington , and California on Alaska Airlines will take more sustainable flights through the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to cover their business trips. SAF, provided by SkyNRG, is an important option for the aviation industry to reduce CO 2 emissions on a life cycle basis. This first US partnership of its kind is a model for other companies and organizations committed to reducing the environmental i...
Air New Zealand | June 08, 2020
Air New Zealand (ANZ) has painted a stark picture of the next two years, expecting to be just 70% of its former size in 2022, with long-haul travel a distant prospect for 2021. In a letter to company employees, ANZ chief executive Greg Foran expects that the carrier will fly just 13 million passengers in 2022, compared with 18 million annually before coronavirus pandemic....
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