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Jeffrey Evagues is ordered to pay more than $235,000 in restitution after admitting to altering employee time and attendance records.
The trailing-edge wing flaperon was sent to an aeronautical laboratory in Toulouse, France, for further analysis.
CEO Alain Bellemare is optimistic by response during the Paris Air Show and says Bombardier has about a half-dozen new prospects in pipeline.
Aircraft Industries Company of the Czech Republic plans to begin production of the new 19-seat commuter aircraft in 2017.
The Persian Gulf carrier issued a statement denying any interest in India's SpiceJet, but said it is holding talks with IndiGo.
UN urges ‘cohesive brand’ to encourage more openness and connectivity
Under the 'enhanced strategic partnership' Delta will invest $450 million to acquire a 3.55 percent stake in the Shanghai-based carrier.
The pilot believed the aircraft was not responding as expected to control inputs after it was struck by lightning.
The company flew its Beechjet 400A on five flights when it was out of specification for commercial ops, says the FAA.
C919 narrowbody on track for rollout by year-end