FAA approves Joby’s air taxi software

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft manufacturer Joby’s inhouse operating system software. The company says the software is designed to enable speedy on-demand air taxi operations. The ‘ElevateOS’ software includes pilot tools, operations and schedule management software, a mobile-first rider app, and an intelligent matching engine.

Werner Aero acquires A319-100 aircraft

Werner Aero has acquired an A319-100 aircraft, which was last operated by Air India. It is currently in ASCENT facility in Marana, Arizona where it will be dismantled for spares. It is the third aircraft Werner Aero has acquired in the year. “We are pleased to announce the acquisition of another A319-100 for teardown,” said

Boeing’s buyback deal with Spirit Aero nears completion

Boeing’s buyback of its former subsidiary and current fuselage supplier Spirit AeroSystems is nearing completion, according to a report from Reuters citing industry sources familiar with the matter. According to Reuters’ sources, Boeing and Airbus have agreed to split parts of Spirit’s programmes, while a third category of programmes may be sold or dealt with

Condor receives one A321neo from ACG

Condor Flugdienst has received delivery of one A321neo, powered by Pratt & Whitney GTF engines, from Aviation Capital Group (ACG). It is the first of four aircraft scheduled to be delivered to the airline from ACG. “After the first A320neo joined Condor’s fleet in April, we are now delighted to take delivery of the first