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Airbus creates first electric airplane race

Airbus has announced a global partnership with Air Race E, the world’s first electric airplane race set to launch its inaugural series in 2020. ...

Unique hotels lead to successful guest experiences

The contemporary traveler sees a hotel more than just a place to sleep and take a shower. The hotel has become part of the...

Gulfstream G280 jet sets city-pair record on renewable fuel

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation reaffirmed its commitment to sustainability by using sustainable alternative jet fuel (SAJF) to power a record-breaking flight by its super-midsize Gulfstream...

The Living and Itinerant Christmas Crib of Baia and Latina

Faithful to the origins and, according to tradition from the will of St. Francis to revive in a natural setting the birth of Bethlehem...

Asia thumps New York fashion

According to the Business of Fashion Report (McKinsey & Company 2017), “The West will no longer be the global stronghold for fashion sales.”

Top countries most of world’s ultra-wealthy call home

Aggregate global wealth grew by $14 trillion, hitting an enormous figure of $317 trillion over the 12 months through the end of October, according...

Boeing and Embraer approve terms of strategic joint venture

Boeing is expected to further expand its business aviation segment with the strategic joint venture with Embraer - one of the major business jets...

First plane for the new Boeing Deliver Center in China is...

The deadly B737 MAX crash by Indonesian Lion Air still fresh, Boeing and joint venture partner Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd (COMAC) today celebrated the delivery of the first airplane from the new 737 Completion and Delivery Center in Zhoushan, China. Air China received the first plane, marking a new era in Boeing's partnership with the Chinese aviation industry.   

Donald Trump escaped death in helicopter crash: FAA ok with 50...

The U.S. President Donald Trump should be advised promptly that despite an alarming report about  U.S. helicopter safety issues, the industry is proposing another delay in helicopter safety standards for crashworthiness. This is expected to be rubber-stamped by FAA bureaucrats soon.

Airlines vie for delivery slots

Financing for new jets continues to be difficult for airlines, but a sizable number of carriers are still ready to grab any delivery slots that come open at Boeing or Airbus, a new survey finds.
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