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Republic Airways signed a firm order last month for six Embraer E190s, all of which it plans to deploy with its Denver-based Frontier Airlines subsidia
An ATR 72-212 turboprop operated by Cuba’s Aero Caribbean crashed on November 4 in the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus, killing all 61 passen
Gulfstream International Group, the parent company of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Gulfstream International Airlines, entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protec
In an October report titled “FAA faces significant risks in implementing the automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast program and realizing benefits,” th
Boeing has begun instituting what it called minor design changes to power distribution panels and updates to the systems software that manages and protects
The FAA has finalized <link news/single-news-page/article/faa-issues-final-transport-category-fatigue-rule-27613/ _blank>a rule addressing more than 4,000
Boeing’s path for further development of the 737 series doesn’t necessarily include replacing the jet’s CFM56 engines, although that remains an option, acc
The China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition staged in the southern city of Zhuhai earlier this month served as a high-profile platform fro
A new pilot flight- and duty-time rule proposed by the U.S.
Qantas resumed flying two of its six A380s on November 26, after replacing some of their Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines.