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Operators claim mandate could ground fleets
At least one armored vehicle on board shifted rearward as the airplane took off, crippling key systems
The facility in Aguadilla promises to generate $2.2 billion in economic impact over 30 years for the financially troubled U.S. territory.
Plans call for first large-scale service cuts since downing of MH17
With European Union co-funding, €650 million in public and private investment will be applied to begin air traffic management modernization.
The crew was too low an a visual approach but later landed safely on an instrument approach.
Loss of control in flight represents the most severe hull loss causal factor in commercial aviation worldwide over the past 10 years.
The proposed civil penalty is the result of operating six aircraft beyond inspection limits.
Pen new deals with Boeing to expand fleets
IATA warns of airline industry’s vulnerability