Bombardier has announced that it is to end Learjet production at the end of 2021 after 58 years of the aircraft’s production. The company wishes to pursue and develop its Challenger and Global Series business jets, which make up the majority of its revenue. This event will result in the loss of 1600 jobs. Over […]
Here is a video that shows some of the main events that have occurred in the aviation industry this week: The Boeing 737 used to sponsor the Montreal Alouettes is aircraft C-GNLW, a Boeing 737-200C (Convertible between cargo and passenger), which is 36.3 years old and was delivered to Nolinor Aviation in March 2016.
Geneva-based TAG Aviation Holding has sold off its aircraft charter/management divisions, TAG Aviation Asia and TAG Aviation SA (in which it held a 51% stake), to its Asian joint venture partner Young Brothers and an unidentified private investor, completing its departure from business aviation. This comes after a long series of sales of which TAG […]
Here is a video that resumes the main events that occured in the aviation industry this week, even though I have also written about some important ones:
Here is a video about the main events in aviation this week, even though some of the articles that I have written encompass even bigger events:
Bombardier Aviation is going to cut 2500 jobs, particularly in its Canadian manufacturing divisions, due to the coronavirus. The aircraft manufacturer has almost completely left the commercial aviation industry, as it has decided that it mainly wants to focus on executive jets. But, it has recently announced that its business jet deliveries are 30% down […]