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Highlights Close of 2015 with 737 Max Rollout
Court upholds German government's decision to rescind code-share rights on 29 routes
Lufthansa to take first airplane in 'a few weeks'
Italy's D'Appolonia says its new Fly-Bag is lighter and more flexible than existing explosives-protection equipment.
While the culmination of several long campaigns this year looks like progress, the path to reaching this point didn’t track as straight as some had hoped.
The study by researchers at Dartmouth College and MIT recommends the Department of Transportation modify the current tarmac delay rule.
United Airlines is expanding services to secondary Chinese cities while seeking to grow Indian service in alliance with Air India.
First delivery now scheduled for second quarter of 2018
Weak commodity prices, conflict and an unfriendly regulatory environment are all hurting African airlines.
Allowing the FAA to issue bonds, charge fees or spinning off its Air Traffic Organization are options, says Government Accountability Office.