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.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.
With as much as 844 terabits of data per 12 flight hours, there is great potential for big data to benefit modern aircraft operations.
Preventing loss-of-control accidents dictates further pilot training but opinions differ still and few have had any training yet.
Now China's Comac is stepping up its alliance with Russia's UAC to develop a widebody airliner.
With tensions simmering between Qatar and its Middle East neighbors, the award-winning airline says its schedule has not been severly impacted.
Avianca's order for 3,170 CL3710 units is the first South American order for Recaro. Meanwhile SAS will modify 5,000 BL3520 units its fleet.