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ATR late in August announced that the ATR 72-600 regional turboprop made its first flight on July 24 in Toulouse, France, seven months after the first powe
Bombardier has moved the certification target for its 100-seat CRJ1000 to the first quarter of the company’s next fiscal year, starting February 1, from th
Switzerland’s regional scheduled airlines seem relatively well prepared to face a passenger slump expected to last through next year.
Against a backdrop of ongoing financial insecurity in the global banking sector, Qatar Airways announced this week that it has secured two “innovative” fin
Swiss regional airline Baboo is consolidating activities following a hectic 18 months in which the carrier appointed new management, adopted a new brand an
European Regions Airline Association director-general Mike Ambrose struck an extraordinarily positive tone during a recent interview with AIN as the recess
The FAA has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) modifying the airspace over the Hudson River in the aftermath of the August 8 <link news/single-n
Airbus confirmed to <b>AIN</b> today that it will build just 13 <link airshow-convention-news/paris-air-show/single-publication-story/article/flying-the-a
Embraer has received ISA+39-degrees C certification for the E190 airliner from Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and the FAA, the company anno
The FAA on August 20 <link news/single-news-page/article/ntsb-judge-reinstates-air-treks-certificate/ _blank>reinstated</link> the air-carrier operating ce