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The number of incidents involving disruptive passengers getting deplaned seems to be growing.
Increases to cover all agency services, including issuance of pilots' licenses
The Department of Transportation issued a show-cause finding that approves Norwegian Air International's application to fly to the U.S.
Price ranked highest in importance to 86 percent of the respondents to A4A's first 'Status of Air Travel' survey in nearly two decades.
Unofficial strike action by some Belgian air traffic controllers has caused hundreds of flight cancellations at Brussels.
Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Aviation Safety Agency, says some aviation regulators may not have sufficient resources to enforce standards
Several U.S. airlines exhibited at the Sun n Fun show, looking to tap the general aviation community for prospective new pilots.
The 76-seat jet and Horizon's current fleet of Bombardier Q400 turboprops will operate alongside each other 'for the foreseeable future.'
Compared to other engine programs, the GE9X first engine to test milestone happened earlier in the development process, GE Aviation said.
The annual Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association conference will tackle the pilot and mechanic shortage and other critical issues.