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BEA concludes pilot feared for his job despite strict confidentiality laws in Germany
Program developer Pacavi expects certification in June 2017
The nose gear of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 collapsed as the aircraft was about to push back from the gate in Addis Ababa on March 3.
While operating revenues of $158 billion were flat compared to 2014, the industry benefited from reduced operating costs, including lower fuel.
Amazon and air cargo provider Air Transport Services Group have reached agreement to deliver Amazon packages using 20 Boeing 767s.
First delivery scheduled for year-end
European Regions Airline Association looks for more concrete support from EU lawmakers as they formulate a new policy for aviation.
Fleet update excludes Bombardier C Series
The U.S. Department of Transportation expects to decide by this summer which U.S. airlines will fly scheduled services to Cuba.
Flights conducted using typical operational procedures of launch customer Swiss International Airlines