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<br />Ukrainian airline AeroSvit launched passenger service yesterday with the first Antonov <link news/single-news-page/article/new-regional-airplanes/ _b
With layoffs, furloughs, production cutbacks and cost controls, the industry is adjusting to the stress of the recession and the reduced demand for busines
Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner hosted Embraer executive vice president Mauro Kern yesterday at the Argentine Presidential Palace during
In Hawker Beechcraft’s (HBC) 10-Q quarterly report that was released last week, the Wichita-based company revealed that it is engaged in a dispute with Air
EADS expects its Airbus unit to capture new gross orders for up to 300 aircraft this year, “even if it is becoming more challenging in the current market e
Boeing’s net order count for this year has returned to negative territory with the loss of another order for twenty five 787s.
Turkish Airlines has signed a new firm order for five Boeing 777-300ERs valued at $1.38 billion at list prices, the manufacturer confirmed this morning.
Airbus has adjusted its <link http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/airbus-meets-a380-delivery-goal-lowers-target-for-2009/>delivery sched
The <link http://gama.aero/files/documents/2009ShipmentReport.pdf _blank>number</link> of aircraft delivered in the first quarter of this year paled in com