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Flybe eyes unexpected comeback in the spring

Flybe could make a return to UK skies next year following a deal for the assets of the failed airline. The regional carrier went into administration in Mach this year, with the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic compounding years of financial losses. Ahead of a potential return, administrators EY sold the brand and remaining […]

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Boeing 737 Max could return later this year

The Boeing 737 Max could be certified to fly again before the end of the year, according to Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). In an interview with Bloomberg, the regulator said the manufacturer had made the plane safe enough to return to operation. It has been grounded since […]

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Boeing 737 Max could return later this year

The Boeing 737 Max could be certified to fly again before the end of the year, according to Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). In an interview with Bloomberg, the regulator said the manufacturer had made the plane safe enough to return to operation. It has been grounded since […]

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Boeing 737 Max could return later this year

The Boeing 737 Max could be certified to fly again before the end of the year, according to Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). In an interview with Bloomberg, the regulator said the manufacturer had made the plane safe enough to return to operation. It has been grounded since […]

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Hong Kong eyes Singapore travel bubble

Hong Kong and Singapore have reached an in-principle agreement to establish a bilateral air travel bubble. The move could help revive cross-border air travel between the two aviation hubs in a safe and progressive way, authorities said. Hong Kong and Singapore enjoy strong trade, investment, finance, tourism and people-to-people ties. Both cities are major aviation […]

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