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Southwest Airlines has grounded 79 (not 81 as was previously reported) of its Boeing 737s as it began working with Boeing and the NTSB to determine the cau
The FAA and the European Union signed an agreement to work together on NextGen research.
Pilots who use Apple’s iPad tablet computer have been lusting for one additional bit of functionality, in-flight weather data.
Pratt & Whitney has landed one of the largest engine orders “in recent aviation history” with IndiGo’s selection of the PurePower PW1100G to power <link ne
Following a certification and verification process, the European Commission approved the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (Egnos) “safety-
Representatives from a wide variety of industries, companies and associations, including AOPA and GAMA, have joined together to form the <a href="http://ww
The DOT expects to issue a final rule designed to bolster consumer protections against ramp delays of more than three hours and expand other passenger rig
Investigators suspect a faulty airspeed indication as a possible cause of the crash of an Antonov An-148 in western Russia on March 5, killing all six peop
Department of Transportation Inspector General (IG) Calvin Scovel III told Congress that technical problems continue to plague the en route automation mode