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Toronto-based Porter Aviation Holdings announced this week that it has decided not to proceed with a proposed $120 million IPO due to unfavorable market co
The NTSB issued two urgent <link http://www.ntsb.gov/recs/letters/2010/A-10-098- 101.pdf _blank>safety recommendations</link> to the FAA that pertain to th
Jeppesen is assisting Air Traffic & Navigation Services (ATNS) of South Africa in its preparations for the influx of air traffic for the 2010 FIFA Worl
Bombardier Aerospace’s sales force will no doubt feel considerable pressure to boost CRJ transactions this month, as the company again considers cutting pr
Rolls-Royce today announced that it has successfully run the latest E3E (efficiency, environment, economy) core engine as part of its two-shaft research pr
The pilots of US Airways Express carrier Piedmont Airlines have applied for mediation from the National Mediation Board after 11 months of what they charac
Halifax-based Jazz Air Income Fund has agreed to invest $15 million in Latin American Regional Aviation Holding (LARAH) in return for a 33.3-percent non-vo
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a $348,000 civil penalty against Republic Airways subsidiary Chautauqua Airlines for its alleged failure t
Today the FAA issued a final rule to require installation of ADS-B “Out” equipment by 2020 for aircraft flying in Class A, B and C airspace, essentially ma
Houston-based ExpressJet has named Thomas Hanley its new president and CEO.