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Details are scarce, but momentum grows for separating ATC from the FAA.
The CEOs of American, United and Delta airlines said they want the U.S. government to conduct a formal consultation with UAE and Qatar.
Europe’s navigation satellite agency offering monetary incentives to airports and airlines
Fighting back against subsidy charnges, Al Baker claims major U.S. airlines are tightly controlling their preferred markets to keep prices high.
A Russian-Chinese joint venture leasing group aims to take on Superjet's Chinese rival, the ARJ-21, in its domestic market.
Recent 787 order changes are 'normal fleet planning adjustments' that do not presage a cyclical change, CEO Jim McNerney says.
If scope clauses remain in effect, the company expects it will sell more of the smaller MRJ70.
The airframer and engine maker are collaborating on a data-management service for the CSeries health-management system.
The agency alleges the operator flew a Beech 99 on numerous occasions when it was not airworthy.
Bombardier CEO Bellamare calls development 'a big deal'