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PhocusWire | March 26, 2020
Airline partnerships have been around for quite some time, with the first codeshare agreement having been created in the United States as early as the 1960s. Today, many airlines still maintain partnerships with each other, be it in the form of bilateral arrangements or by joining an alliance. The technology that has enabled these partnerships, however, hasn’t changed much over the last few decades. Each new collaboration between two carriers requires considerable investment and adds an ex...
HyPoint | August 27, 2021
HyPoint, the company developing zero carbon-emission turbo air-cooled hydrogen fuel cell systems for aviation and urban air mobility, today announced that it has entered into a multi-phase collaborative development agreement with Piasecki Aircraft Corporation (PiAC), a pioneer in advanced rotorcraft and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) platforms and technologies, for the development and certification of a hydrogen fuel cell system for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicle applicat...
Simple Flying | February 10, 2020
Russian airline Aeroflot and Japan Airlines have entered a codeshare agreement. The move should increase flexibility for passengers traveling between Russia and Japan, and comes into effect on the 29th March 2020. A codeshare agreement means multiple airlines can sell seats for the same trip. In this case, it’s Aeroflot and Japan Airlines. If you booked a flight from Moscow – Tokyo through Aeroflot after March, the flight could be on a Japan Airlines or Aeroflot branded aircraft. The...
United Airlines | July 30, 2020
United Airlines on Thursday warned it may need to furlough more pilots than previously expected as a significant rebound in travel demand remains distant. The terms of a federal bailout that provided $25 billion to passenger airlines and $7 billion to cargo airlines and contractors prohibits them from cutting jobs or pay rates until Oct. 1. But carriers are now warning their workers about potential cuts this fall, urging them to take voluntary time off or buyout agreements to slash costs....
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