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The FAA’s long-promised April 10 release of its ADS-B final rule appears to have hit two bureaucratic stumbling blocks.
The FAA said in its <link http://www.faa.gov/news/fact_sheets/news_story.cfm?newsId=10457 _blank>annual aviation forecast</link> this morning that key airs
Airbus plans to increase the monthly production rate for its single-aisle A320 family from the current rate of 34 to 36 starting in December, the company a
Boeing and Turkish Airlines have finalized an order for ten 737-800s and ten 737-900ERs, the manufacturer announced today.
Boeing has awarded a nine-year contract to Atlas Air for the operation of the manufacturer’s <link news/single-news-page/article/final-dreamlifter-enters-s
The sole ATR 42-600 prototype successfully completed its maiden flight today in Toulouse, France, the Franco-Italian manufacturer announced this afternoon.
CFM International today formally opened a new CFM56 training center in Hyderabad, India, satisfying a commitment made to its customers in 2007.
In perhaps another sign of an impending recovery for the world’s air transport industry, international scheduled air traffic for January rose 6.4 percent c
The crash of <link news/single-news-page/article/colgan-q400-crashes-outside-buffalo-50-dead/ _blank>Colgan Air Flight 3407</link> no doubt left its mark o
Airlines in the Asia-Pacific region facing the prospect of a slow return to profitability during 2010 might have taken some encouragement from better-than-