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EASA Sheds Light on Environmental Sustainability During an Aircraft’s End-of-Life Stage

    When it comes to environmental sustainability in aviation, most of the attention is usually focused on fuel emissions. However, another essential aspect often goes unnoticed: an aircraft’s End-of-Life (EoL) stage. Recently, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) took a pioneering step in this field by releasing a comprehensive study titled ‘Assessment of the environmental sustainability status in the Aviation Maintenance and Production Organisation (M&P) Domain.’

    Airbus Helicopters Unveils PioneerLab: The Future of Eco-Friendly, Autonomous Flying

      Airbus Helicopters recently made headlines at the German National Aviation Conference in Hamburg by introducing the PioneerLab, their cutting-edge twin-engine technology demonstrator. Positioned as an integral part of Airbus’ ongoing series of FlightLabs, PioneerLab is a monumental step forward in testing new technologies to reduce emissions, enhance autonomy, and incorporate bio-based materials.

      Flexjet Launches Industry-First Starlink In-Flight Connectivity by SpaceX

        Flexjet is setting new standards for connectivity on private jet flights. The private aviation company has teamed up with Starlink—a division of SpaceX—to offer unparalleled in-flight Wi-Fi. Flexjet aircraft Owners can now enjoy high-speed internet capabilities that rival what they expect in their boardrooms.

        HiSky Growth: First Widebody A330-200 for Fleet and Recruiting

          Air Lease Corporation (NYSE: AL) has announced a long-term lease placement for one Airbus A330-200 aircraft with HiSky. Scheduled to deliver to the European carrier in 2023, this A330-200 aircraft joins one A319-100, four A320-200s, and two A321-200neo LR aircraft currently leased to HiSky from ALC.

          Nigeria’s Overland Airways Celebrates Arrival of First E175 Jet

            Overland Airways unveils its first Embraer E175 E-Jet, the first of three scheduled for delivery. This event marks a significant step for the West African airline, an affiliate of Landover Aviation Services Company. The twenty-year-old carrier also holds options for three additional aircraft from Embraer.

            Air Peace Expands Fleet: $288.3m Order of Five Embraer E175s

              Air Peace, based in Nigeria, has sealed a deal for five Embraer E175 aircraft. This acquisition highlights the airline’s ambitions to strengthen and modernize its fleet. With a list price of US$288.3m, this strategic acquisition reiterates the airline’s commitment to fleet modernization.