News and issues relating to international air transport and cargo carriers, national airlines and regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
With demand for single-aisle aircraft showing no sign of abating, Boeing has once again announced an increase in its production rate for its 737 program, t
Lawyers and lobbyists on both sides of the Atlantic have launched into a fresh wave of hostilities following the World Trade Organization’s September 15 in
The FAA has proposed a $4.855 million civil penalty against Evergreen International Airlines of McMinnville, Ore., for its alleged use of improperly or ins
The latest Eurocontrol traffic projections suggest that capacity constraints for the anticipated growing numbers of very light jets (VLJs) will be at airpo
The NTSB has launched an investigation into a near midair between an Airbus A320 airliner and a Beech 99 cargo airplane near Minneapolis-St.
The FAA will for the first time integrate voluntary safety information collected from pilots under the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) and from air t
Ryanair, at its annual general meeting today, called on the European Commission to end the ability of Europe’s air traffic control providers to strike, pri
The consolidation of the regional airline industry continued unabated last month, as St.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) revised its 2010 airline industry outlook to reflect a projected profit of $8.9 billion, compared with t
At last week’s meeting of the Teterboro Users Group, violations of the Dalton Runway 19 departure at Teterboro (N.J.) Airport were a concern.