Aviation

Bulgaria orders Saab’s deployable maintenance facility

Saab has signed a contract to deliver its Deployable Maintenance Facility for use by the Bulgarian Air Force, which will be used at numerous air bases through Bulgaria

Canada’s future aircrew training programme moves forward

Babcock Canada and Leonardo Canada have signed a Letter of Intent to jointly pursue Canada’s Future Aircrew Training programme and to create a Canadian joint venture

Dassault showcases Falcon 10X jet design

Dassault Aviation has revealed the design of its Falcon 10X business jet which, given the military lineage of older platforms in the company’s portfolio, could offer a prospective defence solution in the coming years

How India could become the next global aircraft leasing hub

With a fast-growing domestic air travel industry, India is now turning its attention to capitalising on the expected increase in demand for aircraft. Key.Aero speaks with Mandar Mhatre, MD, India at Apex Group to find out how the country plans to become the next leasing and financing capital of the world

A year on: When will the aviation industry recover?

After the worst year in history for the aviation industry, Key.Aero speaks to Rico Luman, a senior economist at Dutch bank ING, to find out when the sector could begin a meaningful recovery

Don’t become an airline pilot until you've watched this

From getting stuck in remote parts of Canada and New Zealand to popping across to the Isle of Wight for ice cream, airline pilots Anna McGrady and Nick Shaw both had quite the adventure during their training. Key.Aero sat down with them both to find out how they found their way to the flight deck

ICAO reveals airports losses totalled $115bn last year

Just 1.8 billion passengers used air travel last year, almost three billion less than 2019

ATI Boeing Accelerator Announces the 10 Startups Joining its Second Cohort

The latest startups to join the ATI Boeing Accelerator have been announced today with 10 companies joining the programme. The startups for the second cohort were selected from nearly 200 applications

Quiz: How well do you know your airlines? - Part 2

This week we're testing your airline recognition skills! Can you identify these carriers based upon these small cropped livery segments? Let us know what score you get!

Wizz Air Resumes Luton Operations

Wizz Air has today (May 1) restarted operations at its London/Luton base despite ongoing restrictions associated with COVID-19. The low-cost carrier has resumed services to 22 destinations from the gateway for passengers whose journeys are deemed necessary.