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Decision based on what International Trade Commission calls a ‘reasonable indication’ of harm to U.S. industry
Both companies claim victory in long-running trade dispute between the U.S. and EU
Consultations with 57 airlines convince airframer to pursue two-member family occupying a capacity range of 220 to 270 seats
Association DG Alexandre de Juniac criticizes governments for failure to consult with industry
While debts at national carrier mount, ministers consider alternative ownership
Appoints company finance veteran Karine Guenan to lead the division
Qatar Airways and several local Gulf carriers cancelled flights in the wake of a Saudi-led, politically-motivated airspace closure.
In a White House event, the President painted a bleak picture of the state of the U.S. air traffic control system the FAA manages.
Mitsubishi engineers are working on design changes to overcome possible certification issues.
The manufacturer expects to complete the FAA type design update process for the C-130 civil freighter by 2018.