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MITRE opens first facility outside the U.S. as Singapore strives to become an air traffic management center of excellence.
Ryanair formally agrees to sell its 29.1 percent stake
Ten major carriers reported $8.7 billion in net profit during the first half of 2015, beating $3.9 billion in the same period last year.
The Trigana Air Service aircraft's FDR and CVR recovered in good condition
The company improperly recorded a temporary repair to a crease in the aluminum skin of the jetliner’s rear cargo door as a permanent repair, says the FAA.
Deal for 250 A320neos ranks as largest by number in Airbus's history
Awaits imminent capital injection for aircraft and growth
Prime contractor Lockheed Martin is investigating why the problem was not identified during testing of the system, according to the FAA.
Largest single order by number in Airbus's history boosts neo backlog to more than 4,100
Twin turboprop carrying 54 disappeared over Indonesia's Papua province