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Bombardier Aerospace’s sales force will no doubt feel considerable pressure to boost CRJ transactions over the next month to month and a half, as
American Airlines promised to take a bigger bite out of the Big Apple today, as the Dallas-based carrier’s CEO, Gerard Arpey, stood with New York
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Lufthansa pilots continued negotiations with airline management at press time over what they claim amount to scope-clause violations by the German flag car
The sole ATR 42-600 prototype flew for the first time on March 4 from Toulouse, France, marking the start of an abbreviated flight-test campaign expected t
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Start-up UK regional Varsity Express has closed after Linksair, the wet-lease operator that flew Varsity’s single daily round-trip service between Oxford a
BA CityFlyer began flying its first Embraer E190 out of London City Airport last month, on a regular route to Edinburgh, Scotland.
The first phase of a two-stage terminal expansion at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport opened to Porter Airlines passengers on March 7.
American Eagle Airlines plans to place nine first-class seats on each of its 25 Bombardier CRJ700 regional jets and ready them for use by July 2, the compa