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Blames slump in cargo market
The FAA provides a longer compliance timeframe for aircraft weighing less than 121,254 pounds mtow.
Civil aviation bodies such ICAO and EASA have begun tackling the cybersecurity problem too.
Opens three customer service centers for Americas, China and Europe/Middle East
New six-year contract would offer enhanced protections for displaced workers
Recent accidents have shown that pilots who typically fly with automation can make errors when confronted with an unexpected event.
Tests conducted by Rolls-Royce show the blend could burn more than 50-percent cleaner than straight jet-A.
The semiconductor manufacturer announced that it will acquire Ascending Technologies, a drone manufacturer based in Germany.
Turcat became chief test pilot for the Concorde program’s French effort and was the first to take the supersonic aircraft beyond Mach 1.
The original controller training contract, issued to Raytheon, was awarded in 2008 and updated in 2010.