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The pilot believed the aircraft was not responding as expected to control inputs after it was struck by lightning.
The company flew its Beechjet 400A on five flights when it was out of specification for commercial ops, says the FAA.
C919 narrowbody on track for rollout by year-end
The recent memorandum stems from recommendations made by the International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations.
Deal breathes fresh life into aging widebody
Attributes traffic declines to inflation, currency devaluation
The defense contractor plans to sell or spin-off its government IT and technical services businesses, including air traffic management.
The Asia-Pacific region is set to command the lion’s share of supply for pilots and maintenance technicians.
Task force report to EC contains six main recommendations
The 'Iris Precursor' program aims to support initial 4D flight-path control by satellite by 2018.