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Small, inexpensive GPS jammers carried by truckers have caused the occasional shutdown of the Laas test installation at Newark Airport.
Garmin has introduced its GTU-10, a personal GPS-based tracking system that allows owners to instantly check via the Internet the location of children, pet
Republic Airways said it has amended its capacity purchase agreement (CPA) with Delta Air Lines to provide for the addition of eight dual-class Embraer E17
A change in management philosophy at Seattle-based Horizon Air will next see it adopt the colors and livery of its parent company, Alaska Airlines, and lar
China's aviation authorities started to allow helicopters to fly in low-altitude airspace in late January, as a first step toward a greater opening to priv
No one can say where, when or how the rolling political crisis in North Africa and the Middle East will end, but it already seems clear that it doesn’t spe
Phoenix-based Mesa Air Group expected to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, after the U.S.
Airbus’s first <a href="news/single-news-page/article/skymark-confirms-order-for-four-a380s-28505/">firm order for A380s from a Japanese customer</a> last
At Boeing’s colossal plant in Everett, Wash., the February 13 gathering of some 10,000 employees, government officials and customer, partner and supplier r
India’s government-owned National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) plans to present a feasibility report by the end of April to seek clearance to manufacture a