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The European Regions Airline Association general assembly in Barcelona this week heard that new regulations are exacerbating tough market conditions.
Braathens boss Per Braathen advocates more consolidation and closer ties with major carriers for Europe's regional airlines.
An FAA airworthiness directive will require the replacement of thousands of Honeywell display units in the cockpits of Boeing 737s and 777s.
Daxing will cater strictly to international carriers.
ATR anticipates achieving sales growth in Europe as carriers there turn to turboprops to renew their fleets.
Slovenia's Adria Airways has suffered a 20 percent dip in traffic on services to Moscow since Russia's annexation of Crimea.
The NTSB determined the probable cause to be the crew’s continuation of an unstable nonprecision approach.
Industry’s cost and delivery promises on major programs have rarely been met.
FAA certification is expected shortly and first deliveries should start by year-end.