All articles by Noah Bovenizer

Noah Bovenizer

Noah is a reporter across our transport sites. You can get in touch with him by emailing

Boeing could see more 737 delays after mis-drilled holes discovery

The manufacturer has suffered through a string of bad news about its 737 aircraft family recently.

Southwest to redesign interiors and uniform in new look

The airline’s focus on improving customer experience sits alongside its ongoing fleet renewal programme.

Korean Air’s Asiana merger gains Japan approval, only US and EU remain

South Korea’s two biggest airlines first announced they would merge in 2020 but the deal has faced significant scrutiny.

FAA grants $243m for modernisation and runway safety

The funding, through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, is spread across 150 grants in 37 states.

Cathay Pacific hopes to keep pilots onboard with Lunar New Year bonus

The airline is reportedly operating with fewer than 60% of pilots staff for passenger operations before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Oman Air drops routes as part of network restructuring

The airline said it was hoping to “fortify its position” in a competitive market with the strategic changes.

Swiss study finds blended-wing aircraft less noisy

The Empa study asked people to rate their impressions of different “noise scenarios” played at the laboratory’s AuraLab.

Azinq’s Airport Hive AODB goes live at Liverpool Airport 

The technology replaces and modernises the airport’s operational systems with a modular solution.

United and Alaska CEOs “disappointed” and “angry” with Boeing

The airlines are the biggest operators of the 737 MAX 9 in the US.

CFM remains easyJet’s engine supplier with deal for new A320 fleet

CFM will remain the sole provider of engines for easyJet’s fleet, providing its LEAP-1A engines for the 157 planes on order.