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New midsize airplane would hold up to 270 passengers
The new IP-based satcom service represents a 'paradigm shift' is aviation communications safety and efficiency says Inmarsat.
Company says delays in transition to FAUB won’t threaten 777X EIS schedule, however
Aggressive Competition Keeps Level D Prices Lean
Joining forces with a data analysis company, the French engine maker believes it can help airlines cut up to eight percent of their fuel consumption.
ATR aircraft to be the first application for Elbit’s SkyLens.
U.S. plane maker says there is “no drama” with it’s re-engined narrowbody.
Government support and foreign contract sales have led to a thriving French aerospace industry, with things likely to get even better.
The department continues to evaluate foreign air-carrier permits sought by the UK and Irish subsidiaries of Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Crew failed to respond properly to uncommanded autofeather