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The cost of complying with the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation is considered 'manageable,' association says.
Findings based on final satellite communications and evidence that wing flap remained retracted upon separating from aircraft
Maintenance expenditures to total $2.9 trillion over next 20 years
The carrier made history in March when it started using 'commercial-scale' volumes of biofuel at Los Angeles International Airport.
Program’s second flight test aircraft bears livery of first operator, Air Baltic
Sustainable Aviation Technology Center to pursue research in materials recycling, air travel for aging populations, workplace safety
U.S. company mulls slowing 777 rates while European airframer begins frantic production pace in fourth quarter
Company estimates a need for 100 flight test hours to gain FAA certification.
Associated Air Center (AAC) receives approval for Boeing 787 limited airframe rating from FAA
Contract boosts prospects for extended production run of the iconic jet