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Miami-based Aeronautical Engineers Inc., expects to covert 100 CRJ passenger jets to the freighter version over the life of the program.
First of its Pratt-powered Airbus narrowbodies now scheduled to enter service in next year’s fourth quarter
Christine Ourmieres-Widener succeeds Saad Hammad
Claims Bombardier benefitted from more than $4 billion in illegal subsidies
Second flight test article joins FTA-1 and FTA-4 in Moses Lake
De Juniac reports progress in Nigeria and Egypt
Plans call for continuation of cost-cutting moves that will see BCA employment drop by 8 percent this year
The EU’s emissions trading scheme could resume in January for international flights, creating friction with ICAO’s developing CORSIA plan
Airlines and air navigation service providers played key roles in testing performance-based and augmented navigation, optimized descents.
Flights resume from Islamabad to Gilgit and Chitral