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Airbus entered 2011 with a clear perspective on its main challenges and opportunities.
Protectionists have sounded the familiar alarms over GE's joint venture with China's Avic, formalized during January's state visit to Washington by Chinese
The FAA has proposed $359,000 in civil penalties against St.
China’s CDB Leasing bought 10 Embraer E190s for lease to the country’s largest airline, China Southern, Embraer announced last month.
Several years ago, when satellites were being touted as aviation’s sole means of navigation from takeoff to touchdown, former FAA Administrator Langhorne B
Do UAVs threaten civil pilot careers? That’s the question that AIN posed to several attendees at a recent conference in Montreal, sponsored by industry tra
The Court of Appeals of Quebec on January 11 summarily dismissed appeals by the state of Iraq and Iraqi Airways in the 20-year-old legal case brought by Ku
The FAA today finalized a <a href="http://www.ofr.gov/OFRUpload/OFRData/2011-01211_PI.pdf">rule</a> that requires Part 135 operators to train pilots and fl
ATR collected firm orders for 80 new turboprops last year–exactly double the number it accumulated in 2009, the Franco-Italian company announced today duri
The newest Boeing 787–designated ZA102–flew for the first time yesterday, a Boeing spokesperson confirmed.