Boeing MAX in the Spotlight

Briefly about the last week in aviation! Can’t see images? Click here…
Aviation Voice - Weekly Newsletter

MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Will Ethiopian Airlines Fly Boeing 737 MAX Ever Again?

Will Ethiopian Airlines Fly Boeing 737 MAX Ever Again?

The whole MAX fleet is grounded. Shaken reputation and desperate attempts to regain trust. But will Ethiopian fly these type again?

Full story

AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Yamal Airlines Cancels Options for 10 Superjet 100s

Yamal Airlines Cancels Options for 10 Superjet 100s

Russian carrier Yamal Airlines abandoned plans to purchase 10 more SSJ100.

Full story

RusLine Ditches its Big Superjet 100 Plans

RusLine Ditches its Big Superjet 100 Plans

RusLine has abandoned its plans to purchase 18 Superjet 100 Russian regional jets.

Full story

MANUFACTURERS & MRO

When Will Boeing 737 MAX Become Airborne Again?

When Will Boeing 737 MAX Become Airborne Again?

Boeing goes viral again. The company has announced it has finally completed development of the updated software for the 737 MAX.

Full story

AVIATION TRAINING

BAA Training to Train Turkish Airlines Pilots

BAA Training to Train Turkish Airlines Pilots

One of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centers in Europe, BAA Training, will deliver training to almost 300 Turkish Airlines cadets in 3.5 years.

Full story

AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

First Japan Airlines A350 XWB Debuts in the Sky

First Japan Airlines A350 XWB Debuts in the Sky

Japan Airlines (JAL) is about to receive its first Airbus A350-900. 

Full story

Azul Receives Airbus A330neo: First in Americas

Azul Receives Airbus A330neo: First in Americas

Azul Linhas Aéreas, the third largest carrier in Brazil, received its first Airbus A330neo.

Full story

MANUFACTURERS & MRO

Airbus Net Orders Remain Negative Over Cancellations

Airbus Net Orders Remain Negative Over Cancellations

Airbus revealed only five orders during the month with 70 deliveries to 35 customers worldwide across single-aisle and widebody product lines.

Full story

ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Fuel Truck Runs into Jazz Dash 8-300

Fuel Truck Runs into Jazz Dash 8-300

While taxiing to the apron a fuel truck drove into the aircraft causing substantial damage to the aircraft (believed to be beyond repair) including nose, left fuselage, the left hand propeller.

Full story
Facebook Linkedin Twitter Tumblr Instagram

Aviation Voice

Aviation Voice – echoes with up-to-date news gathered from the whole world of aviation.

SHARE TWEET FORWARD

You received this email because you signed up on our website or showed interest in aviation news.

Unsubscribe

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.