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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-
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Boeing discovered from its field representatives in Japan that Yokohama-based Koito Industries had falsified records related to flammability testing of its
Flight testing of Bombardier’s new CRJ1000 resumed on February 13, when S/N 19991 took to the air from the company’s Wichita flight-test center, some five
United Airlines has finalized a firm order for 25 Boeing 787-8 jetliners, the Chicago-based carrier announced today.
Indianapolis-based Republic Airways has placed a firm order for 40 C Series airliners, Bombardier Aerospace announced today.
A third airplane–Dreamliner ZA004–joined the Boeing 787 flight-test program when it took off at 11:43 am local time yesterday from Paine Field in Everett,
Australia’s Virgin Blue has reached an agreement “in principle” with Boeing to order up to 50 new 737s, Virgin Airlines Group CEO Brett Godfrey said in a s
Boeing’s new 747-8F Freighter made its first flight on February 8 before more than 5,000 employees, customers, suppliers and community leaders at the compa