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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.
Embraer has signed a contract with Lot Polish Airlines to convert firm orders on four E175s to the same number of E195s.
Ak Bars Aero of Bugulma, Tatarstan, officially became the fourth Russian company to launch operations with Bombardier CRJ regional jets when it began opera
With conversion of an MOU signed in February, Bombardier last month inked a firm contract with Air Canada regional partner Jazz Air covering 15 Q400 turbop
Toronto-based Bombardier Q400 operator Porter Airlines plans to issue a $120 million initial public offering as it prepares for expected competition from A
The prospect of involuntarily bankruptcy is all too real for many airlines around the world.
Airbus did its best to show a brave face during the May 19 ceremony marking the delivery of the first <link news/single-news-page/article/airbus-delivers-l
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) could, by year-end, publish proposals to clarify and simplify approval procedures covering design and production