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Airbus has rescheduled plans to address perceived airline requirements for more-efficient single-aisle jetliners.
Southwest Airlines returned to its regular schedule today after finishing <link news/single-news-page/article/hole-in-southwest-jet-to-prompt-boeing-servic
The FAA is abdicating its safety responsibility.
Assembly work on the Mitsubishi Regional Jet officially began today with a ceremonial rivet-driving celebration at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ Tobishima p
The FAA plans to issue an emergency airworthiness directive (AD) tomorrow that will require operators of specific early Boeing 737 models to conduct initia
Evidence of the warm reception that Airbus A320 customers are giving the Pratt & Whitney’s Geared TurboFan engine mounted still further today, as Lufthansa
Boeing plans to issue a Service Bulletin to describe inspection techniques for Boeing 737s similar to the Southwest Airlines 737-300 whose fuselage skin ru
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.