In the ongoing debate about whether additional runway capacity for the UK should be added at Heathrow or Gatwick airports, Heathrow has said members of London First, an influential business membership organization, backs Heathrow’s expansion.
Air New Zealand will undertake some component maintenance on Tigerair Australia’s Airbus A320 fleet as part of an agreement signed with AJW Group that will extend the component maintenance and repair services provided at Air New Zealand’s Auckland Engineering and Maintenance base.
Almost a year after its official closure, the long-running saga of Manston Airport in Kent in the South East of England rumbles on, with a potential stay of execution following the government’s decision to appoint an independent consultant to review the airport’s future.
Air Seychelles and Air France have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that lays the groundwork for a commercial agreement to include codeshare opportunities and reciprocal frequent flyer benefits.
NASA has established a public-private partnership with five organizations, including FAA, to advance research and certification of composite materials that could improve the performance of future aircraft.
US airlines expect that FAA will allow a five-year “grace period” for full compliance with the agency’s 2010 mandate that carriers’ aircraft be Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out capable by Jan. 1, 2020....More
Airbus, aiming to become a “major” player in A350 aftermarket support, is poised to announce its first long-term agreement with an A350 customer and is in talks with several more, a company executive said....More