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The partnership will enable the two airlines to 'take maximum advantage' of the increasing demand for air travel in the Asia market.
The FAA does not have processes in place to monitor pilots' mastery of automation and manual flying, the Transportation Department IG says.
Delivers 39 more airplanes than it shipped in 2014
Plans to apply ‘lessons learned’ from new common processes at Heathrow’s Terminal 2
$3.1 billion deal includes 18 A320neos
Labor groups also oppose an earlier application by Ireland-based Norwegian Air International, alleging it will flout labor standards.
Highlights Close of 2015 with 737 Max Rollout
Court upholds German government's decision to rescind code-share rights on 29 routes
Lufthansa to take first airplane in 'a few weeks'
Italy's D'Appolonia says its new Fly-Bag is lighter and more flexible than existing explosives-protection equipment.