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by <b><i>Paul Lowe</i></b>
Congress threw the gauntlet at the European Union last month when a bipartisan group of House Transportation Committee leaders f
Low-powered incoming GPS signals are allocated 1559-1610 MHz in the L-Band radio spectrum.
The current GPS/LightSquared frequency battle could be described as Washington’s most recent electro-political struggle.
At least two years before Presiden
Notwithstanding Boeing’s apparent decision to re-engine the 737, Brazil’s Embraer still hasn’t decided what form a successor to its E-Jet series of airlin
In an effort to halt $14 million in annual losses, Delta Air Lines plans to “adjust” flying in 24 markets in concert with the retirement of its Saab 340 tu
<a href="news/single-news-page/article/paris-2011-korean-air-signs-for-cseries-as-pampw-flies-engine-30209/">Korean Air has converted a letter of intent</
The pilots of Republic Airways voted to accept the International Brotherhood of Teamsters as their collective bargaining representative by a 68-percent mar
Commuting practices among airline pilots could potentially contribute to fatigue, and because fatigue can reduce performance, pilots, airlines and the FAA
Air transport traffic statistics for June showed a showed a slight softening in demand for both air travel and freight markets, according to a report relea
Russian leasing company Ilyushin Finance (IFC) signed a firm order for 10 Antonov An-158s in late June.