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MIAMI – UPS (5X) has become the third client of Beta Technologies’ Alia electric Vertical Take-off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft. Today, the cargo company signed a contract to acquire 150 Alia. In addition, UPS stated that it takes delivery of the first ten aircraft in 2024, with the remaining 140 units secured as options. With […] The post UPS Aims for Sustainability Using Beta Technologies’ Alia eVTOL appeared first on Airways Magazine.

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American Airlines has made this announcement: Starting May 1, American Airlines will reintroduce full beverage service in all domestic premium cabins. Starting June 1, beverage service, including canned drinks, juice and water, will begin in the main cabin. The safety and well-being of customers and…

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United Airlines (UAL) today announced first-quarter 2021 financial results. The company has its eyes on the future, making continued progress on its commitment to remove $2 billion in structural costs and investing in key customer programs that will position the airline to capitalize on the recovery…

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Quarantine-free travel between both Australia and New Zealand restarted today in one of the most significant moments for the aviation industry since the start of the pandemic.

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WA-based Innovaero Industries has announced its new surveillance drone developed for the RAN has passed its initial flight trials.

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MIAMI – The Trans-Tasman travel bubble opened at 23:59 local time and a Qantas (QF) Airbus A330-300 was on approach and lands in Auckland (AKL) just 41 minutes after the travel ban between the two countries was lifted. A first quarantine exempted flight after travel between the two countries was…

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LONDON – Tel Aviv-based Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will convert a Boeing 777-300ER to a cargo plane for the first time. The aircraft will be called Boeing 777-300ERSF (which stands for Special Freighter). The conversion took place in close contact with well-known American leasing company…

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