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JetBlue to Suspend Two Routes amid Rising Fuel Prices

Due to the "current fuel environment," JetBlue (B6) is set to suspend two international/domestic direct summer routes. Airlines have seen fuel prices surge since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis.

EASA Warns of Satellite Navigation Outages near Ukraine

Amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued a Safety Information Bulletin (SIB) warning that the likelihood of intermittent Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) breakdowns has increased.

Delta Air Lines Announces a 4% Wage Raise

Delta Air Lines (DL) CEO Ed Bastian announced via a company memo a 4% wage increase, which will take effect on May 1. The base salary rise is for eligible scale and merit employees worldwide.

Maiden Flights of the CFM56 Turbofan Engine

The CFM56 high-bypass turbofan aircraft engine made its first flight on a Caravelle flying testbed 45 years ago today in 1977. Despite initial export restrictions, the CFM56 is the most used turbofan aircraft engine in the world and comes in

Putin Signs Bill: Leased Aircraft Belong to Russian Airlines

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law allowing foreign planes leased by Russian airlines to be registered as the airlines' property.

LATAM Reports Improved Earnings in 4Q 2021

LATAM Airlines Group (LA) reports a positive operating result of US$73.4m for 4Q21, representing the first improved results for the airline since COVID.

Breeze Heads West with 35 New Routes

Breeze Airways (MX) announced its first major network expansion since launching operations in May of 2021, including its first West Coast destinations. 

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.

Avoiding Airspace: The Return of Cold War Flying

As of this week, airlines are banned from flying over parts of the world due to airspace blockades and sanctions amid the ongoing Ukraine crisis. In this article, we'll take a look at the consequences airlines must face from the

Repossessing Aircraft in Time of Crisis: A Daunting Task

How do you repossess US$12bn in aircraft from airlines based in a country controlled by a hostile government that has closed its airspace? And how do you get it done by a March 28 deadline?

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