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The order is the largest in Bombardier Commercial Aircraft history and represents a 'major endorsement' of the challenged CSeries program.
Airlines have not made a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over the past several years, University of Warwick study finds.
The airworthiness directive requires that airplanes with two GEnx-1B PIP2 engines have one fixed or replaced in 150 days.
The delivery to JetBlue came three years after the European manufacturer broke ground on the $600 million plant in Mobile, Alabama.
Inaugural flight to connect Zurich with Paris
Christoph Mueller cites personal reasons for resignation
The 777X is among several recent awards the relatively new unit has secured in a competitive training market.
Widebodies slated to develop airline’s medium- and long-haul networks
The number of incidents involving disruptive passengers getting deplaned seems to be growing.
Increases to cover all agency services, including issuance of pilots' licenses