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Boeing sees production of 737 Maxes reaching the “low 400s” this year while Airbus projects 700 A320neo deliveries.
The CAAs of Russian and Iran agreed on July 26 to a pact calling for the supply of Iranian parts and services for Russia’s Western jets.
German trade union Ver.di has called on 20,000 Lufthansa ground staff to stage a “warning” strike on July 27 as peak summer travel in Europe is disrupted.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, backed by a handful of other Republican Senators, have introduced a bill to increase the airline pilot retirement age to 67.
Despite the best intentions, operating airports in Afghanistan remains a challenge.
Qatar Airways signs a firm order for 25 Boeing Max 10s while Cargolux endorses the 777-8F.
The aerostructures and engine components group is applying two approaches to developing hydrogen propulsion, as well as supporting new electric aircraft.
The Sheffield region and Boeing continue their work together, this time focusing on sustainable aviation and SAF production.
Curtiss-Wright will provide custom electric actuation technology for the Airbus A350 freighter.
Jeppesen is best known for its charts, but the company offers a wide range of planning and optimization tools across the aviation sector.