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Alaska Airlines Reports $1.3bn Annual Loss But Sees Brighter Days Ahead

Today, Alaska Airlines reported its financial results for both the final quarter of 2020 and for the whole year. As expected, the situation is...

South African Airways Unlikely To Return Before July

South African Airways’ newly revamped airline is now unlikely to return to the skies until July, despite The Department of Public Enterprises saying that...

How Will Biden’s Airplane Mask Mandate Be Enforced?

Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States of America, had a busy first day on the job. Among his first actions following...

Can You Easily Change An Aircraft’s Engine Options After Delivery?

When airlines purchase brand-new aircraft straight from the manufacturer, they usually have multiple engine options to mull over. Variations in engine choice allow carriers...

Southwest Airlines Joins Others Banning Emotional Support Animals

Starting on March 1st, passengers traveling with Southwest Airlines will no longer be allowed to bring emotional support animals along in the cabin. Four-legged...

American Airlines Celebrates 62 Years Since Its First 707 Flight

Yesterday saw US legacy carrier American Airlines celebrate an important anniversary. It marked 62 years since it flew its first Boeing 707, which it...

Ex-United CFO Files Trademark For ‘AVELO AIRLINES’ Start Up

Former Allegiant  Airlines Air President and later United Airlines CFO Andrew Levy today filed with the  United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to...

Airbus’ Hamburg Site Hit By COVID-19 Outbreak

Airbus has been forced to send around 500 of its workers home after more than 20 employees tested positive for COVID-19 at its Hamburg-Finkenwerder...

ANA Set To Retire Domestic Boeing 777s Ahead Of Schedule

Widebody aircraft retirements continue to abound. All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced Tuesday it would be cutting its domestic widebody operations in half as it...

airBaltic To Launch A220 Maintenance Training Division

airBaltic is planning to launch a maintenance training facility for A220 mechanics. The facility would complement its A220 pilot training facility and come when...

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Gardin, a ‘deep tech’ hardware and software startup developing optical phenotyping technology and analytics to optimise food production, has raised $1.2 million in pre-seed...

Ryanair Eyes Alitalia’s Slots At Italy’s Major Airports

Ryanair is hoping to pick up slots left by Alitalia at Rome Fiumicino and Milan Linate Airports. The news comes as the Italian flag...

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What’s Behind The Surge In New North America To India Routes

2021 will mark the beginning of several new connections between North America and India. From Air India’s Bangalore to San Francisco to United’s Delhi...

Joanne Chen just became the first woman GP at Foundation Capital since founder Kathryn Gould – TechCrunch

Joanne Chen just became the second general partner in the history of the now 26-year-old, Silicon Valley venture firm, Foundation Capital. Were she still alive,...
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