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Aircraft Manufacturing Hits A New Low

Aircraft Manufacturing Hits A New Low

As air travel is not expected to recover until 2023, and airlines remain under stress, the production plans of aircraft manufacturers are also getting severely affected. Boeing Factory @ Kyle Johnson Via New York times Production Cuts by Airbus and Boeing In May this...
A Slow Recovery In Store For International Air Traffic

A Slow Recovery In Store For International Air Traffic

There is all-round optimism that finally, air traffic is picking up across the world. Let us dive deeper and understand the current scenario. On an absolute scale, yes, the number of flights being put into operation by airlines has been growing steadily since May this...
Storage of Planes – A Logistical Nightmare

Storage of Planes – A Logistical Nightmare

Close to sixty-three per cent (63%) of the world’s aircraft fleet was grounded in March this year, a staggering 16,000 aeroplanes; And all these aircraft needed space to be parked. It was a logistical nightmare for the airlines to find the space. An exercise never...
How Ethiopian Airways is Countering the Downturn

How Ethiopian Airways is Countering the Downturn

Ethiopian Airlines, the national flag carrier of Ethiopia, has come a long way since it was established in 1945. With a fleet of 116 aircraft, the airline today serves 129 destinations in 75 countries, add to those another 40 cargo destinations. The airline is...