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The man assigned to head the FAA’s Air Traffic Organization (ATO) following several incidents involving sleeping air traffic controllers
Rolls-Royce to sell its share in IAE to Pratt & Whitney
Cargolux reaches deal with Boeing, GE on 747-8Fs.
Authorities grant US Airways, Delta approval for LGA-DCA slot swap.
Aviation Communication & Surveillance Systems is riding a wave of interest in surveillance-type avionics.
A provisional ruling from the advocate general of the European Court of Justice has denied
Ruag Aerospace Services presents an example of something sort of old and something quite new, the Dornier DO 228NG multi-mission turboprop.
From July to August, international markets also declined by 1.8 percent, while already weak domestic markets
The competition is under way to provide air-ground data communications in U.S. domestic airspace
“Pressing challenges remain” in the FAA’s progression to the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen),