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An FAA inspector has filed a federal “whistleblower” complaint against his employer, charging the agency with removing him from his field position overseei
The next variation of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 will almost certainly involve a stretch of the existing 95-seat baseline platform, leaving the once highly an
As Franco-Italian turboprop maker ATR readies for the first flight of its new 600 Series this month, the company finds itself in a “comfortable position” b
Airbus engineers are never satisfied, and customers of the European airframe builder should have only one response...
A Yemenia (Yemen Airways) Airbus A310-300 crashed into the Indian Ocean, just north of the <link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comoros _blank>Comoros Island
New FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt has joined a diverse group of aviation industry organizations in calling for an acceleration of the Next Generation Air
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association is criticizing the Commerce Department’s proposal to close the National Weather Service center weather ser
Workers at Bombardier’s de Havilland plant in north Toronto ratified a new three-year labor contract yesterday, averting a strike that stood to affect 2,75
Boeing announced today that it has joined the first 747-8’s wing box to the airplane’s 40-foot-long center fuselage section in the final assembly bay at it
For one week at least, the gloom of the global recession seemed to lift along with the storm clouds gathered over the grounds of the Paris Air Show in Le B