News that Coronavirus has caused a ‘collapse in Chinese travel’ is no shock – the question is how long will tremors be felt and how wide will they be spread?

News that Coronavirus has caused a ‘collapse in Chinese travel’ is no shock – the question is how long will tremors be felt and how wide will they be spread?

As the Valencia-based data expert highlights, the Chinese New Year holiday season typically begins a fortnight before its Golden Week; and travel reaches its peak just before that Golden Week starts, spreading travel across almost a month long period. According...
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Aviation coalition unveils five-pillar net-zero UK carbon strategy

Aviation coalition unveils five-pillar net-zero UK carbon strategy

The strategy combines development of new aircraft and engine technology, sustainable fuels, and restructuring of airspace with innovative carbon-removal solutions and carbon market policy measures. “Aviation has a crucial role to play in reducing carbon emis...
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Iran Will Stop Sharing Crash Data With Ukraine Following Leak

Iran Will Stop Sharing Crash Data With Ukraine Following Leak

In the last couple of days, the Ukrainian media has leaked a secret conversation between an Iranian air traffic controller and pilot. The pilot claims he saw a series of lights, similar to a missile, then an explosion. As a...
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Amid Big Losses, Boeing To ‘Reassess’ NMA, Cut 787 Rate

Amid Big Losses, Boeing To ‘Reassess’ NMA, Cut 787 Rate

Boeing will reevaluate the business plan for the once seemingly preordained New Midsize Airplane (NMA) project and cut production of the 787 from 12 to 10 per month as the company reacts to changing market dynamics amid the continuing crisis...
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Is This The Future? The Zero G Flight Attendant Seat

Is This The Future? The Zero G Flight Attendant Seat

Developed by Collins, the Zero G-Attendant Seat is designed to provide flight attendants with the ultimate in comfort during their rare rest breaks. Collins describes the seat as an “advanced position high comfort cabin attendant seat”. It’s the first of...
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EASA Issues De-Pairing Order For Boeing 787 Trent 1000 Engines

EASA Issues De-Pairing Order For Boeing 787 Trent 1000 Engines

EASA, The European Union Aviation Safety Agency, has issued an airworthiness directive regarding Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engines. The airworthiness directive instructs operators to swap their Trent 1000 engines around the fleet dependant on age. The airworthine...
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American Airlines Could Launch Business Suites On The 787

American Airlines Could Launch Business Suites On The 787

According to reports from One Mile At A Time, American Airlines’ new Boeing 787 Dreamliners will be getting a brand new premium seat product. The airline already has over 40 Dreamliners in service, but subsequently placed a huge order for...
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Boeing Posts Its First Annual Loss In 23 Years

Boeing Posts Its First Annual Loss In 23 Years

One of the big standouts in Boeing’s Q4 results is that the manufacturer has posted its first annual loss in almost a quarter of a century. For the duration of 2019, Boeing made a net loss of $636 million US...
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Heathrow Airport Targets Zero-Carbon With New Offsetting Projects

Heathrow Airport Targets Zero-Carbon With New Offsetting Projects

According to a press release, Heathrow Airport has partnered with climate action company CHOOOSE to launch a project that helps support offsetting programs across the world. By using a “Flight Footprint Calculator” that is accessible on Heathrow’s websit...
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Boeing To Scale Down 787 Production To Just 10 Per Month

Boeing To Scale Down 787 Production To Just 10 Per Month

As part of its full year’s earnings release, Boeing has revealed plans to slash Dreamliner production to just 10 aircraft per month. The changes will take effect from 2021, with hopes to return to a higher rate in 2023. The...
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