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Qantas resumed flying two of its six A380s on November 26, after replacing some of their Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines.
Qantas plans to resume Airbus A380 service this Saturday (November 27) on Flight QF31 from Sydney to Singapore and onward to London.
Discussions with potential industrial partners and suppliers on the NG Aircraft Fokker “next-generation” regional jet program have reached “an advanced sta
Brazil’s Embraer and China’s AVIC International Leasing Co., signed a memorandum of understanding today at the China International Aviation & Aerospace Exh
While Boeing continues its investigation into <link news/single-news-page/article/boeing-grounds-787s-after-cabin-smoke-interrupts-test-flight-27183/ _blan
China’s Comac delivered on its promise to make a splash at this week’s Zhuhai Airshow today, as the state-controlled aerospace conglomerate revealed the id
Airbus’s schedule for the A350 XWB has slipped to later in the second half of 2013, reflecting the company’s recognition that the transition from the desig
Boeing delivered the first 737NG with the new <link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AShOlJ6j4fg>Sky Interior</link> cabin to FlyDubai on October 27.
While Boeing lays claim to the status of “China’s leading supplier of passenger airplanes,” Airbus certainly proved itself a worthy competitor for that tit