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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
ALPA-represented pilot groups from Atlantic Southeast, Comair, Compass, Mesaba and Pinnacle Airlines last month established the Delta Connection Pilots All
Atlanta-based Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA) last month launched a new code-share partnership with United Airlines covering flights into and out of Chic
Air Canada Jazz has signed an MOU with Bombardier that outlines the terms of a firm order for 15 Q400 turboprops, sending a clear signal to rival Porter Ai
New UK domestic regional airline Varsity Express plans single weekday flights between Oxford (60 miles northwest of London) and Edinburgh, Scotland, starti
Barely 10 days after Embraer’s E190 gained <link news/single-news-page/article/embraer-seeks-lcy-approval-for-e190-lineage-1000-ok-will-follow/ _blank>cert
The first Boeing 747-8 performed its second test flight on schedule yesterday, exactly two weeks after completing its February 8 maiden journey.
Bombardier has become the first OEM to earn accreditation from the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) following a two-day audit of CRJ100/200 tear