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Airline company transfers lease agreements to hourly service

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Oct 2020

Airline company transfers lease agreements to hourly service

Participants of air transport industry continue to show creative approaches to the problem with payments for the lease of the airplanes and aviation engines and find new decisions. In such a way, Mexican airline company Aeromexico signed agreements with 27 Lessors according to which lease of 100 assets is converted to agreements of hourly service (power-by-the-hour). This move was approved by the US bankruptcy court…

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Airbus presented three designs of the airplane with hydrogen engine. Part 2

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Oct 2020

Airbus presented three designs of the airplane with hydrogen engine. Part 2

“These concepts will help us elaborate design and configuration of the first ecology neutral commercial airplane in the world with zero emissions’ level that we plan to introduce into operation to 2035. Switch to hydrogen as fuel for such airplanes’ concepts will require prompt actions from entire aviation industry”, – Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury declared. In particular, significant changes will have to be done in…

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Airbus presented three designs of the airplane with hydrogen engine. Part 1

07

Oct 2020

Airbus presented three designs of the airplane with hydrogen engine. Part 1

First commercial airplane of ZEROe conception should appear to 2035. At the Zero Emissions Day (that is annually observed on September 21st) European aviation consortium Airbus presented their vision of aviation without greenhouse gas emissions. Concepts of three passenger airplanes that use liquid hydrogen instead of kerosene reflect strive of the company to play leading role in the branch transformation to achieve zero volume of…

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Lufthansa advised young pilots to find another profession

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Oct 2020

Lufthansa advised young pilots to find another profession

Coronavirus will seriously influence air transportation that is why airline companies will not need new pilots in the nearest years. Students of aviation schools are offered to find new job. School of commercial aviation in German Bremen in which are trained pilots for flagship German airline company Lufthansa announced cancellation of new students’ admission and dropout of already admitted students. This has to do with…

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Airbus and Boeing presented anti-corona-crises measures

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Oct 2020

Airbus and Boeing presented anti-corona-crises measures

French aviation company Airbus considers opportunity to reduce working hours on its’ companies in France and in such a way avoid discharges due to slump in production because of coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. This idea is mentioned in the letter of regional head of human resources Donald Frati. Decision on this plan will be discussed on the council that will take place on October 15th. If…

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Delta Air began to negotiate about delay in delivery of 40 Airbus airplanes

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Sep 2020

Delta Air began to negotiate about delay in delivery of 40 Airbus airplanes

American airline company Delta Air Lines negotiates with Airbus postponement of deliveries at least of 40 airplanes from the current year to later dates due to crises caused by pandemic Bloomberg informs with the reference to sources familiar with the matter. According to their words Delta plans to receive additional money resources at the expense of attraction of 750 million USD from selling nine remained…

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The biggest hydrogen aircraft made first fight

28

Sep 2020

The biggest hydrogen aircraft made first fight

ZeroAvia company made first flight of hydrogen-electric aircraft HyFlyer created on the base six-seat passenger airplane Piper M350. Engineers claim that for current moment it is the biggest aircraft that is powered for flight by hydrogen. Airplanes’ engineers and aviation authorities of developed countries tend to switch aviation to engines that do not produce hazardous emissions. As well as in automotive industry the main efforts…

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Revolutionary V-shaped airplane was tested in Europe

12

Sep 2020

Revolutionary V-shaped airplane was tested in Europe

Netherland airline company KLM together with Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) continues to develop of quite unusual airplane Flying-V Technological that differs with bizarre V-shaped form of the body where passenger seats will be located in the wings. After period of extensive tests in air tunnel and series of ground tests in Netherlands group of researchers, engineers and pilot of unmanned aircraft from TU…

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Airport slots are saved for airline companies. Part 3

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Sep 2020

Airport slots are saved for airline companies. Part 3

European Union has already made rules of slots’ loss less stringent after coronavirus pandemic started. At the same time in August Wizz Air argued against prolongation of such scheme for winter season speaking that restrictions do not allow the company to expand in the key airports. Low-cost company referred to the fact that the process of the flights’ resumption of the airline companies that still…

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Airport slots are saved for airline companies. Part 2

07

Sep 2020

Airport slots are saved for airline companies. Part 2

Ongoing uncertainty that has to do with potential second wave of coronavirus pandemic and also existing restrictions on journeys caused slump in demand from the part of passengers – IATA message says. This, in turn caused slower return of European air transportation. According to the association’s data volume of passenger air traffic in July reduced by 79,6% as compared to previous year. Nevertheless, this index…

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