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Visitors from the EU, the UK, and several other countries may begin to enter the U.S. on November 18 if vaccinated against and tested for Covid-19.
The U.S. Justice Department has charged former Boeing chief technical pilot Mark Forkner with six counts of fraud.
Digital transformation at Airbus’s services division accelerates as pandemic demands more efficient ways of working.
The Brazilian OEM expects to reveal plans early next month for technologies to meet a 2050 net-zero emissions target for its current and future aircraft.
A survey by JMC Recruitment Solutions shows that 38 percent of 4,000 respondents have left the aviation industry.
The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association denies that its members staged a walkout in protest of Covid vaccine requirements.
During the month of September Airbus shipped 40 commercial airplanes, or 17 fewer than during the same month in 2020.
After losing a bid to acquire India’s flag carrier, SpiceJet founder Ajay Singh calls the government’s sale process “transparent and flexible.”
Passengers are increasingly willing to fly but are hampered by the patchwork of confusing and inconsistent restrictions for cross-border travel.
Contracts covering 51 A320neos make Jet2 a new Airbus customer and call for first delivery in 2023.