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Gulf Air is now using Jeppesen’s FliteDeck Pro electronic flight bags.
Domestic carrier Vistara is concerned that the Indian government will not abolish the controversial 5/20 rule on market access.
Emirates and Qantas fly 98 flights a week between Australia and Dubai
Last summer in the UAE, the engine maker tested a system for sand particle rejection
The new ultra-long range version of the A350XWB will be able to fly non-stop for up to 19 hours.
Airlines increasingly want companies like CAE to handle all aspects of flight crew training
Engine Alliance is tapping new technology from the GEnx, Leap and Geared Turbofan engines.
The likes of Emirates and Etihad are expanding globally but they are now paying more attention closer to home, too.
Emirates has $128 billion worth of aircraft still on order