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France Adds More Countries to Compulsory Quarantine

MIAMI - With a Government decision to come into force on Sunday, May 16, France has added four more countries to its compulsory quarantine...

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Delta Air Lines New Hires Must Be Vaccinated

MIAMI - Effective Monday, May 17, Delta Air Lines (DL) will require all new hires to be vaccinated against COVID-19. DL has made significant...

CAE to Provide Novel Simulators for Jaunt’s eVTOL

MIAMI - CAE and Jaunt signed a cooperation agreement for the former to develop an aerospace simulator for the development of Jaunt Air Mobility's...

Singapore-Hong Kong Travel Bubble Delayed Again by COVID

MIAMI - Murphy law states that "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong." This also applies to travel bubbles. Singapore (SIN) and Hong...

Virgin Australia Delays Resumption of International Flights

MIAMI - The announcement by the Australian Government on a revised borders opening date, not foreseen before the end of 2021, has prompted Virgin...

Airbus Resuming Work on Modernized A320 Family FAL

MIAMI - Airbus is resuming work on a modernized and digital A320 family Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse (TLS) to achieve the industrial...

Delta Air Lines Expands Boston/New York With New Popular Destinations

MIAMI - Delta Air Lines (DL) has announced an expansion of services from New York (LGA) and Boston (BOS) with new flights to popular...

Frontier Airlines Expands in SoCal

MIAMI - Frontier Airlines (F9) is expanding in Southern California by adding Hollywood-Burbank (BUR) to its route map and more service to Ontario (ONT). BUR...

Frontier Earnings Point to Recovery

MIAMI - Frontier Group Holdings, Inc., parent company of Frontier Airlines (F9), reported a first-quarter net loss of US$91m but noted a strong rebound...

Southwest Ramps up Hawaii Service With New Gateways

MIAMI - Southwest Airlines (WN) will begin new services to Hawaii from Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), and Phoenix (PHX). In a press...

Antonov Airlines Statement on Brazil Incident

MIAMI - Antonov Airlines (ADB) has released a statement with additional details about a runway overrun involving an AN-124-100M freighter on May 11 at...

US Federal Aviation Administration Approves Boeing 737 MAX Electrical Fix

LONDON — The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the repairs for an electrical issue that has affected around 100 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft,...

ATR 42-600STOL: From Design to Industrialization

MIAMI - ATR has reached a development milestone of the ATR42-600S-S, or Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL), whose design phase is now completed. As...

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