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Last month, the CS300 completed a month-long series of route-proving flights in Europe and the Middle East to prepare for entry into service.
Expecting to serve 33.6 million passengers this year, the Moscow gateway operates to near capacity
Retirements leave the airline with 85 A380s and 160 Boeing 777s
Designers cite considerable need for small airliners that can operate in rugged terrain and difficult climates
C929 Unveiled at Air Show China
Plan designed to fend off competition from Gulf state powers
The cost of complying with the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation is considered 'manageable,' association says.
Findings based on final satellite communications and evidence that wing flap remained retracted upon separating from aircraft
Maintenance expenditures to total $2.9 trillion over next 20 years
The carrier made history in March when it started using 'commercial-scale' volumes of biofuel at Los Angeles International Airport.