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The fourth Boeing Dreamlifter–the final airplane in the fleet of 747-400s specially modified to carry large sections of composite parts for the 787–entered
The NTSB has launched an investigation into an incident yesterday in which a Northwest Airlines Airbus A320 overflew its destination–Minneapolis-St.
Japan has become the latest partner in the Asia and Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions (Aspire), joining the FAA, Airservices Australia and Airways New
<b>GPS Location Downlink Completes Testing</b><br />AeroMechanical Services has completed testing of an upgrade to its automated flight information reporti
Brazilian search teams found more <link news/single-news-page/article/aircraft-wreckage-found-in-rio-paris-flight-path/ _blank>wreckage</link> from Air Fra
Bombardier’s plans to increase production of its commercial airplanes by 10 percent this year remain intact for the time being, notwithstanding Bombardier
Boeing yesterday announced a series of planned improvements to its 737 line the company says will result in a 2-percent decrease in fuel burn and a marked
An unapproved and improper procedure used by mechanics to manually start the left engine on an American Airlines jetliner on Sept.
Bombardier finally received its long-awaited first order from Deutsche Lufthansa for its C Series airliners, the Canadian manufacturer announced last month