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A Paris court ruled yesterday that Continental Airlines was "criminally responsible" for the crash of the Air France Concorde in July 2000, which killed 11
In reaction to last week’s move by the U.S.
A preliminary factual report released today by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau recounts a laudable effort on the part of the five-member flight crew
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau confirmed the potential existence of a manufacturing problem in Rolls-Royce Trent 900s fitted to some Airbus A380s i
The lawyer representing Air France in the June 1, 2009, Airbus A330 accident case has transmitted to the investigating magistrate in France a memorandum th
After many months of consultation and analysis, Airbus today announced the official launch of new engine options for the A320 series.
Under a new FAA rule, ADS-B installation costs will at least double for corporate aircraft and could increase by up to 700 percent for general aviation air
The Air Transport Association of America (ATA) has chosen prominent Washington lobbyist Nicholas Calio to replace <link news/single-news-page/article/overh
Indian low-fare carrier SpiceJet plans to buy as many as 30 Q400 turboprops from Bombardier in a deal worth up to $900 million.
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Embraer expects to achieve a commercial aircraft book-to-bill ratio of a little more than one this year, reflecting solid demand from an airline market t