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Boeing woes mount as eight 787 Dreamliners grounded over structural defects creating risk of failure

Boeing has been forced to ground eight of its 787 Dreamliner jets after the discovery of two manufacturing flaws which could severely compromise the structural integrity of the aircraft. The problems in question relate to the composite barrel sections at the rear of the 787. These sections are melded together at the South Carolina Boeing […]

U.S. follows Europe’s example and bans all Pakistan International Airlines flights

In the wake of the grounding of nearly one-third of all Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) pilots, the U.S has followed in the footsteps of the European Union Air Safety Agency (EASA)and has revoked the permission for PIA charter flights to fly to the U.S. The U.S. Department of Transportation took such action on the recommendation […]

6,700 forced job losses follow on from Boeing’s VLO program

Having laid off over 5,520 workers through its Voluntary Lay Off program, Boeing has announced that the company’s current financial plight will require the shedding of many thousands more jobs over the coming months, starting with an initial tranche of 6,700 compulsory redundancies. The world’s second-largest planemaker has been struggling with the financial fallout from […]

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries closing down all U.S. SpaceJet facilities

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, parent company of Mitsubishi Aircraft, has announced that all facilities in America associated with the development of its SpiceJet aircraft are to close with the loss of approximately 600 jobs. The recently rebranded SpaceJet project has been beset with problems since it was first launched as the Mitsubishi Regional Jet in 2008 […]

easyJet owns up to massive customer data hack – nine million affected

easyJet, Europe’s second-largest low-cost carrier has admitted that in January this year the company was the subject of a “highly sophisticated cyber-attack” and that email addresses and travel details of approximately nine million passengers had been compromised. In addition, the credit card details, including the all-important CVV security code number of 2,208 accounts had been […]

Pro Star Aviation connects PC-24 with Gogo AVANCE L5

Pro Star Aviation, a premier innovative aerospace modification facility, has completed the first installation of the new Gogo AVANCE L5 into a Pilatus PC-24 aircraft. The Gogo AVANCE L5 was an upgrade from the factory-installed ATG-2000, delivering high-speed 4G aircraft connectivity enabling passengers and crew access to video streaming, web/email, voice/text, and more. Pro Star […]

Safran lays off 3,000 workers at Mexico plant

Safran, the world’s third-largest aerospace supplier has announced it is to cut it’s workforce in Mexico by 3,000 as the French company tries to deal with he fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the aerospace industry as a whole. Safran has two plants at Queretaro, Mexico, an industrial city which has become […]

Moscow Domodedovo opens COVID-19 testing site at the airport’s medical care facility

Moscow Domodedovo Airport has set up a coronavirus testing service. Passengers can take the test at the airport’s medical care facility. The testing procedure takes approximately 15 minutes and the results will be sent via email. Passengers have to provide an ID-card to take the test and have to be free of symptoms of respiratory […]