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StandardAero receives CAAC certification for RB211-535 MRO services

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StandardAero has received Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) certification approval for its Rolls-Royce RB211-535 turbofan engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services. This...

EH216-S UAV system gains CAAC airworthiness certificate

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EHang announced that its EH216-S passenger-carrying unmanned aerial vehicle system has obtained the standard Airworthiness Certificate from the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The certified...

EHang Unmanned Aircraft Cloud System approved by CAAC

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EHang, an autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) technology platform company, announced that its EHang Unmanned Aircraft Cloud System (UACS) has been officially approved by the...

Airbus Helicopters H175 granted CAAC certification

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Airbus Helicopters has received certification from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for the H175 helicopter. This certification will allow H175 deliveries to...

EHang partners with HELI-EASTERN for UAM in Shenzhen

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AAV developer EHang announced that it has formed a strategic partnership with Shenzhen East General Aviation (HELI-EASTERN). HELI-EASTERN is a major low-altitude general aviation...

AAV News in Brief 12 March 2021

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Falcon 6X completes maiden flight: Dassault Aviation announced that the company’s widebody Falcon 6X has successfully completed its first flight as planned in the...

US eases rules on Chinese passenger airlines

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American officials backtracked a bit in their crackdown on Chinese passenger airlines and said on 4 June they would allow Chinese carriers the right...

China’s CAAC to loosen restrictions on foreign carriers entering the country

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The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said on Thursday (4 June) that it will ease rules currently barring foreign airlines from flying to...

China’s air traffic plunged in February

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China’s air traffic plunged in February China’s commercial passenger traffic fell by a dramatic 84.5 percent in February, costing the industry US$3 billion in lost...