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A Brazilian labor court ruled late yesterday that Embraer would not have to reinstate some 4,300 employees laid off in February after it found that the com
South Korea’s Jeju Air has hired UK-based Airstream International Group to “re-market” its four in-service Bombardier Q400 turboprops along with a large sp
Airbus continued to register a negative sales tally this year as the company booked orders for just a pair of A380s from Korean Air while it saw cancellati
Qantas Airlines has received approval from the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to use the Honeywell SmartPath ground-based augmentation s
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A Brazilian labor court will hold a trial on Wednesday to judge the merits of a union complaint that charges Embraer with illegally laying off 4,300 employ
Bombardier finally received its long-awaited launch order from Deutsche Lufthansa for its C Series airliners, the Canadian manufacturer announced today.
Boeing Capital and Grupo Mexicana today announced they have entered a lease agreement covering 25 Boeing 717-200s for use by the airline group’s MexicanaCl
San Antonio-based M7 Aerospace launched a quick-turn wet processing program available to aerospace parts manufacturers that need to outsource chemical proc
GE Aviation today announced the opening of a new systems manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China.