Finland and Estonia set to merge air traffic control services

The countries hope to improve environmental impacts and safety measures by monitoring aircraft at two centralised facilities

Australia’s Rex signs for its first six jets

The world’s largest Saab 340 operator is set to enter the jet market for the first time following the procurement of six turbofan aircraft

An-124 visits Stansted to pick up unusual cargo

One of the world’s largest aircraft stopped off in Essex yesterday to collect some rare freight

EASA reveals when it expects to lift 737 MAX ban

Following a series of test flights earlier this month, European regulators have said when they think the type could return to service in the region

JetBlue Reveals Transatlantic Tail Design

The New York-based carrier unveiled the new tail for the first aircraft it intends to use to begin London services next year

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Where are all the Concordes now?

It’s been nearly 17 years since the supersonic airliner last flew and with only 20 ever being built, where did they all go? Key.Aero finds out…

Ex-BA 747s NOT going to Russian airline

Rumours that Rossiya Airlines was set to buy seven British Airways jumbos proved to be false

Willie Walsh retires from IAG

IAG chief takes his delayed retirement, as former Iberia boss takes over amid shareholder revolt over Walsh’s pay

Which airlines still fly the Boeing 747?

With numbers of the iconic jumbo reducing, it’s hard to keep track of who still operates them. Key.Aero analyses the figures to find out which carriers will still take you on a 747…

Embraer to Cut Jobs Following Failed Boeing Deal

Brazilian manufacturer attributes further workforce reductions to COVID-19 and a partnership that turned sour

Virgin Atlantic Announces Further Major Job Losses

While announcing the completion of a £1.2bn rescue plan, Virgin Atlantic has unveiled a range of steps it will be taking to protect the business

European Regulator Reveals 737 MAX Recertification Plans

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) last week revealed its test flight schedule for recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX.