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Fleet update excludes Bombardier C Series
American Airlines pilot waves the Cuban flag
The U.S. Department of Transportation expects to decide by this summer which U.S. airlines will fly scheduled services to Cuba.
Flights conducted using typical operational procedures of launch customer Swiss International Airlines
Executives see no delivery disruptions, however, saying that United Express carriers could take E175s intended for Republic Airways.
Malaysian transport minister stops short of confirming part came from Malaysia Airlines MH370
EasyJet airliner at Gatwick Airport
Air Navigation Solutions, wholly owned subsidiary of German air navigation service provider DFS, replaces UK NATS as tower provider at Gatwick.
Arctic carrier Air Inuit signs on as launch customer
Ethiopian appears to have beaten off competition from Etihad Airways to buy a 49 percent stake in RwandAir.
E70 in Republic livery
One of Bombardier C Series' largest customers begins restructuring
Aeromexico crew
The Mexican government and participating institutions will fund the research for four years, studying "sustainable" biofuel feedstocks.