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An audit by the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Transportation will look into how effectively FAA oversees regional airline operations.
The carrier completed the first approved 330-minute ETOPS flight by flying a 777-200ER from Auckland to Buenos Aires.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft planning 15-20 CSeries deliveries next year and 250-300 over the next five years.
A federally chartered, not-for-profit organization would run the U.S. air traffic control system better than the FAA now does, airlines say.
A sequence of events led to the December 2014 crash of the AirAsia Airbus A320, the Indonesia National Transportation Safety Committee found.
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines recently met to push for an end to what they regard as heavy-handed treatment by international safety bodies.
Authorities heed complaints from three Southeast Asian airlines
EVA Air's backlog now includes 18 Boeing 787-10s
Clears type for delivery by year-end
Groups to cooperate in "key" European, Southeast Asian and Australian markets