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Shuster discussed his independent ATC plan with NATA members during the association's newly formatted four-day Aviation Business Conference.
Low-cost carrier Wizz Air is to buy at least 110 Airbus A321neo narrow bodies.
American management team and techniques injected into Netherlands acquisition by U.S. aerospace giant.
Executives try to put positive spin on A380 economy seat shrink.
Cebu Pacific is buying up to 20 ATR 72-600s, and Braathens will get up to 15.
UTC added its name to the list of suppliers offering solutions for ICAO's 15-minute tracking recommendation.
Fuel economy, maintenance costs and training costs are top considerations.
Russian cargo carrier Volga-Dnepr plans to expand its fleet with twenty freighter versions of the widebody.
Deal marks Airbus’s second attempt at an Airbus narrowbody freighter program.
Boeing CEO Ray Conner also reported that the Max continues to meet all its performance expectations.