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DAE Capital, the aircraft leasing and financial business arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), yesterday signed an operating lease agreement with Garuda
Airbus delivered the 500th A321 ever produced to Air France during a ceremony held last Friday at the manufacturer’s Hamburg, Germany delivery center.
A regional labor court in Brazil has forced Embraer to suspend its plan to cut 20 percent of its 21,000-strong workforce after it agreed to hear a collecti
Boeing has named a new leader for its 747-8 program as the company scrambles to meet its latest targets for first flight and certification of the 747-400 s
JSfirm announced Monday at Heli-Expo in Anaheim, Calif., that companies using their Web sites to advertise job openings can take advantage of JSfirm’s “E”
Embraer will remove an entire layer of its management structure as part of a plan to lay off 20 percent of its 21,362-strong workforce, the company announc
HAI held its seventh Heli-Expo Job Fair on Sunday from 1:30 p.m.
Honeywell’s annual market forecast for civil turbine-powered helicopters released Saturday is still predicting flat to slightly higher deliveries bet
Embraer will remove an entire layer of if its management structure as part of a plan to lay off 20 percent of its 21,362-strong workforce, the company anno
Airbus announced today that it plans to cut production of its A320 series from 36 to 34 a month starting this October.