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Financing barriers cloud prospects of CSeries, Q400 deals
Replaces Mike Arcamone with ILFC executive while CFO Retires
IATA director general and CEO Tony Tyler said airlines may consider psychological testing of pilots as a result of Germanwings crash.
Country's airlines can now add service to U.S.
Seeks to acquire package carrier TNT of The Netherlands for $4.8 billion
Places renewed emphasis on long-term supplier agreements
Information recovered from the A320's descent confirmed that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz set the autopilot for a fatal controlled flight into the French Alps.
After some delay, Etihad Airways of Abu Dhabi is taking a one-third stake in Swiss regional carrier Darwin Airline.
Engine company's PW1100G now powering two Airbus narrowbodies
French prosecutor says A320 co-pilot was definitely conscious at the time of the crash.