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The lawyer representing Air France in the June 1, 2009, Airbus A330 accident case has transmitted to the investigating magistrate in France a memorandum th
After many months of consultation and analysis, Airbus today announced the official launch of new engine options for the A320 series.
Under a new FAA rule, ADS-B installation costs will at least double for corporate aircraft and could increase by up to 700 percent for general aviation air
The Air Transport Association of America (ATA) has chosen prominent Washington lobbyist Nicholas Calio to replace <link news/single-news-page/article/overh
Indian low-fare carrier SpiceJet plans to buy as many as 30 Q400 turboprops from Bombardier in a deal worth up to $900 million.
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Embraer expects to achieve a commercial aircraft book-to-bill ratio of a little more than one this year, reflecting solid demand from an airline market t
It certainly won’t send an aviation enthusiast’s heart racing like the promise of nimble flying characteristics or technical wizardry in the cockpit, but
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