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The World Trade Organization (WTO) any day now plans to issue an interim ruling on U.S.
Boeing has identified, approved and started the process of implementing a weight-reduction effort that will shave some 3,500 pounds from the 747-8, program
The implementation of Europe’s emissions trading scheme (ETS) has begun amid widespread confusion on the part of the aircraft operators who stand subject t
As Boeing’s Randy Tinseth related in his August 24 <link http://boeingblogs.com/randy/ _blank>blog</link>, the company’s employees “continued to keep [thei
While second-quarter traffic posted by some of the largest publicly traded regional airlines in the U.S.
British Airways regional subsidiary BA CityFlyer expects to take delivery of its first Embraer E170 some time around September 10 and initially use the 70-
Bombardier Aerospace has lost its firm order for 15 CRJ1000s from MyAir after Italy grounded the airline and suspended its license to fly on July 24.
The Mesa Air Group CRJ200 pilots who fell asleep during a flight from Honolulu to Hilo on February 13 last year started work at 5:40 a.m.
The Essential Air Service (EAS) program could see a significant boost next year once FAA reauthorization makes its way through conference committee.
Forty-seven passengers aboard an ExpressJet Embraer ERJ 145 bound for Minneapolis from Houston spent six hours on the tarmac in Rochester, Minn., during th