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<h3>Golf Champ Garcia To Visit Hawker Beech Chalet </h3>
Professional golfer Sergio Garcia plans to visit Hawker Beechcraft (Chalet A9) at the show this a
Future passenger aircraft might not be as exotic as some research projects and artist renderings have suggested, according to Philippe Jarry, a member of A
Lion Air subsidiary Wings Air of Indonesia today announced the signing of a contract for the purchase of 15 ATR 72-500s, as well as options covering anothe
Airbus’s new A330-200F freighter flew for the first time early this month, officially marking the start of a 180-hour flight-test and certification campaig
Boeing has finished installing reinforcements within the side-of-body fuselage on the first 787 Dreamliner, the company announced last Thursday, and expect
Operators are expected to begin installing Esterline CMC Electronics’ new 10.4-inch Class 2 PilotView electronic flight bag (EFB)–selected by Boeing for it
Aircraft operators are facing a bureaucratic maze of new requirements covering issues such as safety and quality management at a time when they are under e
Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways expects to make a profit this year, even though it reported a $7.6 million first-half loss.
Publicly owned Air Arabia, the region’s largest low-cost carrier, operates 16 Airbus A320s, has ordered another 44 and plans to open a third operating hub
Continued eastward migration of low-cost carriers (LCCs) from North America and Europe to regions such as the Middle East and Asia arguably has established