Ethiopian Airlines to resume flights to Cameroon on special permit

Ethiopian Airlines is resuming service to Douala and Yaoundé as of July 13, 2020. The service will initially be three…

Belgian air navigation service provider ‘skeyes’ gets state aid following the Covid-19 pandemic

On the proposal of François Bellot, the Belgian Minister in charge of skeyes, the Council of Ministers took a series…

[Analysis] Airlines more likely to extend life of existing models rather than invest in new designs, says GlobalData

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact upon the commercial aviation industry, with lockdowns and border closures evaporating passenger…

European Air Traffic Controllers union ATCEUC against extension of slot waiver

Extending slot-waiver undermines competition and EU Citizens’ rights IATA’s request to extend the “Slot-waiver”, implemented with REGULATION (EU) 2020/459 OF…

Air France to serve close to 170 destinations in September and October 2020

Air France is further reinforcing its flight schedule for summer 2020. Subject to the lifting of travel restrictions, the gradual…

New joint Technical and Coordination Office cements cooperation between EASA and Eurocontrol

Today, Director General EUROCONTROL Eamonn Brennan and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Executive Director Patrick Ky together officially…

Alitalia to operate 1,600 flights per week in August, 24% more than in July

Alitalia will increase the number of flights in August, when the Airline will operate a total of over 1,600 flights…

JetBlue makes Los Angeles its primary base on US West Coast

JetBlue doubling the number of destinations offered from LAX with more than 30 daily flights this autumn, opens door to…

[Analysis] Boeing 737 MAX’s troubles could extend far beyond current COVID-19 crisis, says GlobalData

Following the recent news that Avolon has cancelled an additional order of 27 Boeing 737 MAX, Nicolas Jouan, Aerospace and Defence…

Passenger volume in half-year at Munich Airport shrinks by two thirds compared with 2019

Number of aircraft movements falls by 57 percent Lowest quarterly result since the airport opened Slow upward trend since the…

Role of Liege Airport in Covid-19 relief effort recognised by King Philip of Belgium

Belgium eWTP Hub at Liege Airport has served as a distribution point for donations of medical supplies to 15 European…

Brussels Airport’s spotting platforms are reopened! Spotters day 2020 cancelled

Spotting platforms reopened You had to wait, but the spotting platforms are now again open to everyone. As a ban…

Boeing completes the delivery of 22 Apache and 15 Chinook helicopters to the Indian Air Force

Last of 22 Apache attack helicopters delivered in June Chinook helicopter deliveries completed in March Boeing focused on training and…

Top Aces of Canada acquires all 25 Belgian Air Force Alpha Jets

Canadian adversary air support provider Top Aces has acquired all 25 former Belgian Air Force Dornier Alpha Jets, according to…

Bombardier Challenger 350 aircraft reaches milestone 350th delivery

Landmark moment arrives after aircraft’s sixth consecutive year as world’s most delivered super mid-size business jet The Challenger 350 business…

Emirates resumes flights to 6 more cities: Geneva, Los Angeles, Dar es Salaam, Prague, Sao Paulo and Boston

Airline’s network connects over 50 cities to and through Dubai in August Emirates has announced it will resume flights to…

Ryanair to lay off 44 pilots and 40 flight attendants in Belgium

For several weeks Ryanair has threatened to lay off 25% of its Belgian-based staff if they did not accept new salary…

Gradual recovery of passenger flights at Brussels Airport in June (-96.5% for passengers, +71.5% for full-freighter traffic)

Full-freighter volumes up by +71.5%! Brussels Airport is delighted and relieved to be welcoming passengers again since 15 June for…

Lufthansa Technik to equip two new Airbus A321neoLR for the German Armed Forces

Modern aircraft for troop transport as well as MedEvac role The Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service…

The end is near for Air Namibia. Or not?

Another page of African aviation is turning. After the financial troubles for South African Airways (technically bankrupt), after the State…

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