Helwing Villamizar

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Evolution of the Flight Crew: From a Team of Five to None?

In light of a recent comments by Airbus’s Christian Scherer on his belief that commercial flights can operate with a single pilot, we

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Air Canada Reports Strong Q4-FY 2023 Financial Results

Air Canada has reported strong financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2023, meeting its financial goals and strategic priorities.

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Akasa Air Announces International Debut with Mumbai-Doha Connection

Akasa Air has announced its foray into the international market with flights from Mumbai to Doha starting from March 28, 2024.

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Porter Airlines to Open Crew Bases in Ottawa, Montréal, Vancouver

Porter Airlines will open crew bases at Ottawa International Airport, Montréal-Trudeau International Airport, and Vancouver International Airport .

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White House Announces US$970 Million for Airport Improvements

The Biden administration announced on Thursday that it will provide US$970 million for improvements at 114 airports nationwide.

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Airlines Boeing Deliveries

Hawaiian Airlines Takes Delivery of Its First Boeing 787-9

Hawaiian Airlines has received its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, N781HA, with 11 more expected to be delivered through 2027.

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Airlines Passenger Experience

Beond to Introduce Apple Vision Pro for Select Passengers

Premium leisure airline Beond will offer the Apple Vision Pro headset to select passengers on flights to the Maldives starting in July 2024.

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Airbus Reports Full Year 2023 Financial Results

Airbus has reported its Full-Year 2023 results with key financial figures and achievements from the European aerospace manufacturer.

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ATR Releases Strong 2023 Financial Results

Franco-Italian regional aircraft manufacturer ATR has released strong annual results for 2023.

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Thai Airways to Acquire 45 Boeing Wide-body Jets

Thai Airways International has announced a deal with Boeing and GE Aerospace to expand its fleet by ordering 45 wide-body jets.

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