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U.S. manufacturer acknowledges existence of talks
Airline plans to shed all Embraer E190s, portion of ATR fleet
Egyptian authorities report radar images confirm airplane turned left and then 360 degrees right before starting descent into Mediterranean
Representatives from airlines, government, safety groups and pilots' unions find common ground
The head of French accident investigation agency BEA says the industry has needlessly delayed new requirements for fight data recorder signals.
Start-up carrier People Over Profit intends to donate at least 51 percent of its profits to charities in the UK and India.
Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev addresses gathering of employees, supplier reps, executives and government officials
Philippines Airlines has protested what it sees as anti-competitive blocks on its fifth freedom rights to fly to Kuwait and Dubai.
Total blocked funds exceed $5 billion, according to the association
Despite big profits, Tyler sees ‘upside’ for airlines