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In one of the strongest signals yet that the Obama Administration has gotten the industry message that the decades-old ATC system is sorely in need of repl
Koito Industries, a Japanese supplier of seats to carriers such as Continental Airlines, falsified test results and made unauthorized design changes on 150
The FAA has responded positively to a report from the RTCA NextGen Mid-Term Implementation Task Force, which the agency had requested to recommend key step
The <link news/single-news-page/article/boeing-battles-to-keep-747-8-program-on-track/ _blank>Boeing 747-8 Freighter</link> took to the air for its first f
AirAsia pilot cadets are to train under a new multi-crew pilot license (MPL) program to be run by Canadian company CAE.
In an deal valued at $500 million, Turkish Airlines has ordered V2500 SelectOne turbofans to power its A320-family aircraft for which is has placed 20 firm
Garuda Indonesia Airlines is in Singapore with one of its new Boeing 737-800s to promote plans to expand its capacity threefold by 2014.
Airbus hopes to reach a decision on an engine replacement option for the A320 family in time for this summer’s Farnborough airshow, according to company CO
Asia desperately needs political consensus and a framework on how to move forward with air traffic management (ATM) as the U.S.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) returned to profitability in the third quarter of the current financial year–hopefully turning its back on two straight quarters o