“Aircraft” in the news

Example collocations

aircraft carrier
aircraft carriers
aircraft operations
enemy aircraft
fighter aircraft

Publications and example sentences

Seeking Alpha
· Airbus logs no new orders in May  
Airbus (OTCPK:EADSY +11%) delivered 24 aircraft in May, up from 14 in April, but failed to secure any plane orders, as planemakers continue to be hurt by depressed demand from cash-starved airlines and gaps in the supply chain caused by social distancing measures.
· Airbus jetliner deliveries recover some ground in May  
The European planemaker delivered 24 aircraft in May, up from 14 in April, but down 70per cent from 81 aircraft in May 2019.
The China Post
· UN agency: Iran violating all restrictions of nuclear deal  
Though Iran has been hard hit by the new coronavirus pandemic, the IAEA said it has maintained its verification and monitoring activities in the country, primarily by chartering aircraft to fly inspectors to and from Iran.
· Airbus warns it may sue airlines over undelivered jets: paper  
PARIS: Airbus is ready to sue airlines that refuse to honour contracts to take aircraft, its chief executive was quoted on Friday (Jun 5) as saying, raising the stakes in a stand-off between some manufacturers and airlines over the corornavirus crisis.
· Airbus warns it may sue airlines over undelivered jets: paper  
Planemakers lifted output to record levels before the crisis, but there had already been signs that a long period of prosperity in the industry was peaking and that airlines were facing a glut of aircraft, especially larger models.
The Independent
· National Rail to release ‘busy station’ alerts to prevent overcrowding  
These face coverings must be worn at all times on buses, trams, trains, coaches, aircraft and ferries.
Financial Express
· Sonu Sood funds another chartered flight for over 170 migrant workers  
Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has funded another chartered flight to help fly over 170 migrant workers to Dehradun in Uttrakhand from the city, in an aircraft operated by budget airline AirAsia India.
The Guardian
· Airbus looks to cut 500 UK jobs as orders dry up  
Airlines around the world have cancelled or delayed orders for new aircraft as their fleets remained grounded.
The Age
· The story of Graham Ashton: Where there's smoke there's fire  
The rebuilt airwing, including three new helicopters and a fixed-wing aircraft, means police can be in the air at all times and will be used to track vehicles in pursuits.
Seeking Alpha
· The Historic Rally In Corporate Bonds  
Even companies in directly impacted sectors - airlines, aircraft leasing, hotels, commodity producers - have had access to credit.