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Three of the Chinese group’s airlines have joined the power-by-the-hour scheme, West Air, Capital and Tianjin Airlines
Canadian manufacturer has beaten its European rival ATR to unveiling a 90-seater turboprop.
Whole Pratt & Whitney insists it will start delivering revised engines for Airbus A320neos in June.
Airbus and SIA Engineering are planning their first joint maintenance maintenance venture
MRO Lab here showcasing innovative app
Colorful Guizhou Airlines will have its CF34-10E engines support by GE Aviation.
LOI calls for firm order for 45 CS300s
Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier (Chalet CD61) announced yesterday that the C Series aircraft program is now on track
PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) is preparing to undertake the first flight of its N219 multi-purpose utility transport in June
Boeing’s Scott Fancher says the company continues to study a 757 replacement.