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At face value the contents of the European Commission’s latest so-called safety blacklist of airlines and national civil aviation authorities (CAA
The World Trade Organization finally passed judgment last month on the legitimacy of $178 billion (2006 $) in European loans to <link news/single-
Boeing insists the first 787 Dreamliner remains on schedule for first delivery to All Nippon Airways by the end of this year, despite some admitte
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The European Aviation Safety Agency granted type approval for the Airbus <u>A330-200F</u> today, following a <link news/single-news-page/article/a330-freig
Embraer has given its clearest indication to date that won’t stand by and watch competitors from Canada, the U.S., Europe, China, Japan and Russia
Hamilton Sundstrand’s Power Systems business has successfully completed ETOPS (extended-range operations) testing of its APS5000 auxiliary power unit (APU)
Brazil’s Embraer will decide on the platform for a new aircraft program by the end of this year, company executive vice president Mauro Kern told AIN today
Following a thorough analysis of data gleaned from the March 28 ultimate wing and fuselage bending trial on the Boeing 787 static test airframe, the compan
Hong Kong Airlines finalized a firm order with Airbus for six A330-200s, the European manufacturer confirmed today.