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ITA Airways, Airbus Reveal eVTOL Partnership

Italian flag carrier, ITA Airways (AZ), and Airbus announced the launch of a partnership to develop an air taxi network in Italy.

This is Asia’s Oldest Airport

For over a century, Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport (DMK) has seen aircraft take off and land like no other airport in Asia.

Six ITA Airways Board Members Resign amid Privatization Push

It seems privatization is difficult for ITA Airways (AZ), as six board members have resigned from the 100% publicly-owned Italian flag carrier.

Italy Selects ITA Airways Sale Advisors

Italy's Treasury has picked financial and legal experts to oversee the imminent privatization of Alitalia successor ITA Airways (AZ).

US Airlines CEOs Ask POTUS to Lift Mask Mandate

The CEOs of major US airlines have signed a joint letter, encouraging US President Joe Biden to drop the mask mandate on airplanes and airports. The mandate is due to end on April 18.

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Today in Aviation: Maiden Flight of the Embraer ERJ-190

Today in Aviation, the Embraer ERJ-190 aircraft from the Brazilian aerospace conglomerate took to the skies for the first time in 2004.

Jetcraft Purchases 14 Bombardier CRJ1000 from HOP!

Jetcraft Commercial has announced the purchase of 14 used Bombardier CRJ1000 regional jets from HOP! (A5), Air France (AF) regional subsidiary.

Lufthansa Cargo Cuts Flights amid Airspace Closures

Due to the Russian airspace block, Lufthansa Cargo (LH) will curtail certain cargo flights in March, according to the German airline.

Ukraine: Air Fares Rise as Political Tensions Mount

DALLAS – Political tensions continue to mount in Ukraine as an estimated 100,000 Russian soldiers are now deployed on the country’s eastern border. Fears are growing that there could be a potential all-out Russian invasion, and airlines have been reacting

Today in Aviation: Maiden Flight of the Fokker 50

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, The first of two Fokker 50 turboprop-powered airliner prototypes made its maiden flight in 1985. Following Fokker’s success with the F-27 ‘Friendship,’ the Dutch manufacturer announced in November 1983 it was to develop a 50-seater

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