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Quick ETOPS approval sought as adoption of new engines gathers pace.
Airbus is proposing a new automatic deployable flight data recorder that would be easier to find after an accident.
In its first such forecast, Canadian training provider says industry must adapt assessment and selection processes to meet the demand
A celebration of 100 years of French and U.S. partnership in aviation is at the center of the newly rebranded U.S. Pavilion
The gearbox for the UltraFan will allow a more efficent engine that can be optimised with slower fan and faster turbine.
.Despite engine delays, airframer expects to deliver between 30 and 35 airplanes this year
The new contract gives the global fuel provider fueling operations at nine South African airports.
Development is the first step toward bringing new IP networks to aircraft for operational communications.
As the air traffic management industry moves towards primary en route surveillance, Thales displays its latest primary ATC radar
Capital market funds bolster lessor's acquisition, financing strategies.