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The Transformation Qantas initiative to reduce costs has resulted in an impressive turnaround in the fortunes of the Australian carrier.
Lockheed Martin expects to finish assembling the civil variant of the C-130J Hercules in the next few months and to fly the aircraft next year.
With some input from Boeing, Stratasys's new approaches to 3D printing and additive manufacturing are set to break through the technology's limitations.
Panasonic's FlightLink and eXConnect satcom platforms can provide flight tracking capability, but ICAO standards for this are not applicable until 2021.
Carriers desperate to address worsening shortage of cockpit crew
Flag carrier to lease 20 of the lower-weight widebodies from IAFC
The 10 major carriers analyzed by Airlines for America collectively reported pre-tax profit of $12 billion during the first half of 2016.
Opinion calls for strict psychological testing as part of class 1 medical exam, more effective oversight of aeromedical examiners
Milestone marks start of static test airframe assembly
EANA is a Ministry of Transport company that provides air navigation services separately of Argentina's Civil Aviation Administration.