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Want to join Embraer? 1,000 job vacancies have opened up

Following recent estimates by Embraer that this year will see the volume of aircraft deliveries increase by between 15% and 25% compared to 2021, the company has announced the opening of 1,000 job vacancies in Brazil. The roles have a focus on the recovery of production rate, growth in services and support, product development and new businesses

Aircraft Safety

Crystal Cabin Awards 2022: the finalists

We are a step closer to finding out which recent aircraft cabin innovations will win the 2022 Crystal Cabin Awards. The shortlist included many fantastic contenders, but following the first official round of voting, 24 finalists have been put through to the final round. Did your favourite make it through?

Aircraft Seating

Suite dreams: Qantas reveals A350 Project Sunrise cabins

Qantas has confirmed an order for 12 A350-1000s to enable non-stop flights to Australia from any other city in the world. The airline has shared concepts for the cabins, including first-class suites with a separate bed, and a Wellbeing Zone. “Our First and Business Class seats will set a new benchmark for premium long-haul travel,” said CEO, Alan Joyce

Airframer News

Airbus reports “solid performance” in Q1 2022 results

Airbus’s financial results for the first quarter of 2022 have indicated improved earnings and pandemic recovery, with a substantial increase in gross aircraft orders and a 15% increase in revenues. “Looking beyond 2022, we see continuing strong growth in commercial aircraft demand,” says CEO Faury

Airframer News

Introducing the ZEROe demonstrator

Airbus’s VP for zero-emission aircraft, Glenn Llewellyn, takes you inside A380 MSN1, an iconic aircraft that is now serving as a testbed for hydrogen combustion technology, in preparation for entry-into-service of a zero-emission aircraft by 2035

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