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Republic Airways plans to continue operating three Bombardier Q400 turboprops from Denver this winter, reversing earlier plans to dismantle the fleet com
Pilot leaders from Continental and United Airlines have proposed abolishing so-called regional jet outsourcing during contract negotiations in Denver.
Airport upgrades and the Next Generation Air Traffic System are part of the Obama Administration’s plans to invest more than $50 billion in the U.S.’s tr
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Goodrich has acquired the assets and unspecified liabilities of DeCrane Aerospace Cabin Management for a reported $280 million.
Yet another Bombardier CRJ landed with one side of its main landing gear retracted yesterday.
Progression in the development of both aircraft and their systems have made it so that in many cases pilots manage the systems more than they handle the ai
In its latest world commercial helicopter market report, research firm Frost & Sullivan expects the segment to expand from 24,625 helicopters in 200
The latest Eurocontrol traffic projections suggest that capacity constraints for the anticipated growing numbers of very light jets (VLJs) will be at air
Presenters at an RTCA symposium in Washington, D.C., last week warned that the FAA’s ambitious NextGen overhaul of the ATC system in the U.S.