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Airport Planning and Management alumni stories: Principal Airport Planner Eduard Clerch in Madrid

Eduard Clerch is a Team Leader and Principal Airport Planner at Mott MacDonald in Madrid, Spain. He graduated from Cranfield University with an MSc...

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How Electric Vertical Aircraft Will Revolutionize The Air Mobility

We all know that electric vehicles are the future of transportation, and many companies, such as Blade are already investing in this technology. But what you may not know is that electric vertical aircraft are going to revolutionize air travel. These new aircraft will be much more efficient and environment-friendly than gas-powered planes. They could [...]

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Canada’s Major Airlines Welcome Federal Government’s Decision to End Pre-Departure Testing for Fully Vaccinated Travellers

Ottawa, March 17, 2022 – Suzanne Acton-Gervais, Interim President and CEO of the National Airlines Council of Canada, which represents Canada’s largest air carriers (Air Canada, Air Transat, Jazz Aviation LP and WestJet), issued the following statement today concerning the Government…

Canadian aviation company caught in Russia’s confiscation of hundreds of foreign-owned jets

From The Globe and Mail 🔗 link to source story Eric Atkins, Transportation Reporter, The Globe and Mail • March 19, 2022 Dash 8 Number 443 rolled out of the hangar at Bombardier Aerospace’s plant in Toronto and took its…

Norse Atlantic Airways secures London Gatwick slots and adapts launch plans

Norse Atlantic Airways made this announcement: The current market situation is heavily impacted by the tragic events unfolding in Ukraine that have resulted in increased fuel prices and uncertainties relating to travel demand. To ensure that the Company enters the market at the right time, Norse has adjusted its launch of ticket sales and initial […]

Russia tries to protect its leased airliners by moving them to the Russian register

TASS reported that around 180 leased Russian airliners have been re-registered with a Russian registration: “Around 180 aircraft have been registered in the state register of civil aircraft since the end of February. These include aircraft of Aeroflot, Pobeda, UTair, Rossiya and Izhavia airlines, Head of the Aircraft Airworthiness Department at the Federal Air Transport […]
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Fly Jinnah unveils its brand and livery

Fly Jinnah (Karachi), Pakistan’s new low-cost airline, has unveiled is brand and livery. In September 2021, Air Arabia announced a joint venture with Pakistani conglomerate Lakson Group to launch a low cost airline named Fly Jinnah. The new airline is planning to launch operations in June. The new airline issued this statement: Fly Jinnah, Pakistan’s […]

Jaunt Air Mobility Partnering with L&T Technology Services for Advanced Air Mobility Program

DALLAS & MONTREAL–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar 8, 2022– Jaunt Air Mobility (“Jaunt”) announced today the company would be working with L&T Technology Services Limited (“LTTS”) (BSE: 540115, NSE: LTTS) as an essential engineering partner. Working in concert with Jaunt, Jaunt Canada, and the…

ATSG enters commitment with EFW for 29 Airbus A330P2F conversions

Air Transport Services Group, Inc. (ATSG), the world’s largest lessor of freighter aircraft, has committed to a total of 29 Airbus A330 Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) conversion slots with Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), center of excellence for Airbus freighter conversions and a joint venture between ST Engineering and Airbus. The commitment of 29 A330P2F reflects a strategic step […]

Indigenous pilot training school loses entire fleet in airport fire

From CBC News 🔗 link to source story Fire destroys airport hangar on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory near Belleville, Ont. Michelle Allan · CBC News · March 01, 2022 Canada’s only training program for Indigenous pilots has lost its entire fleet after an airport hangar on…

Swiss to be the world’s first airline to use Synhelion solar fuel

  Swiss International Air Lines to be the world’s first airline to use Synhelion solar fuel Swiss and the Lufthansa Group have concluded a strategic collaboration with the Synhelion company to bring its solar aviation fuel to market. This will make Swiss the first airline in the world to use ‘sun-to-liquid’ fuel. The process devised […]

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