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ITA Airways First A350 Rolls out of Paint Shop

Italian flag carrier ITA Airways (AZ) presents its first Airbus A350, fresh out of the paint shop and ready to join AZ's fleet.

First Look at Porter Airlines’ Embraer on Assembly Line

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)-based Porter Airlines (PD) shows off the first look of its Embraer E195-E2 currently in production. The company has 30 of the type on order along with purchase rights for an additional 50.

Boeing 737-7 Certification Work Still in Progress

The 737-7 completed flight testing in October 2021, but Boeing says it has yet to complete a portion of the aircraft's certification process.

Aeroflot Subsidiary Pobeda Reduces Fleet by 40%

To ensure the supply of spare parts until the end of 2022, Russian carrier Pobeda (DP) has reduced its fleet from 41 to 25 aircraft.

Virgin Atlantic to Launch New Orlando-Scotland Route

The first Virgin Atlantic (VS) flight connecting Orlando (MCO) and Edinburgh (EDI) departs Wednesday, March 30 from the Scottish capital. The flight is part of the broader US portfolio reinstatement and expansion announced by the carrier a month ago.

Ethiopian Airlines Group Appoints New CEO

Ethiopian Airlines Group (ET) has rehired Mesfin Tasew, its previous chief operating officer (COO), as its new chief executive.

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.

The Twin Otter Still Strong, Lands an Order for 10 from India

56 years and counting, the iconic Twin Otter has landed a new order for 10 DHC 6-400 versions from Indian regional carrier FlyBig (S9).

EASA Suspends Russian Aircraft, MRO, Operator Certificates

Due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, EASA has suspended Russian aircraft, MROs' Part 145, and Third Country Operator (TCO) certificates. This includes pending or new EASA certificate applications, as well as aircraft leasing and airline code-sharing arrangements.

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