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The FAA granted Boeing expanded type inspection authorization (TIA) yesterday for the 787 Dreamliner, clearing the way for the agency’s personnel to fully
Some flights to large parts of Europe resumed today after six days of widespread disruption caused by ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland.
Preliminary inspection of a pair of airplanes Airbus used to fly test missions from Toulouse yesterday to assess the effect of volcanic ash on air
Cebu Pacific of the Philippines has placed a firm order with Airbus for seven more A320s, the manufacturer announced this morning.
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The cloud of volcanic ash continues to move south through the UK and continental Europe as the eruption in Iceland persists.
Following a review of
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Embraer has finalized a contract for the sale of 20 E190ARs to Austral Lineas Aereas of Argentina, the Brazilian manufacturer announced on Friday.
At face value the contents of the European Commission’s latest so-called safety blacklist of airlines and national civil aviation authorities (CAA
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