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Facing a possible U.S. regulation governing aircraft engine emissions, aerospace manufacturers said they are committed to global benchmarks.
Deliveries to start in third quarter of 2019
Carriers should implement data-driven fatigue risk management systems, says the International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations
The need for new airline pilots and technicians will grow by double digits in both categories, the manufacturer said.
Hampered by poor weather, and with a diminishing search area, authorities from Australia, Malaysia and China have agreed to suspend the search.
The aim of the project is to maximize the efficiency of commercial aircraft.
The parties will develop a new system combining the Airbus Runway Overrun Protection System and Honeywell's SmartLanding technology.
The Canadian air navigation service provider last revised its rate structure in 2007, the year after it was established.
The low-fare carrier anticipates returning to profitability by the fourth quarter and deriving more revenue from China and the region.
The latest member of the Airbus A320neo family promises range of 4,000 nm, connecting Scandinavia to the U.S., Europe and parts of Asia.