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The FAA, Southwest Airlines and Boeing agreed on a plan that allows Southwest 737s to continue flying until overdue inspections are completed.
The European Commission has drafted legislation to postpone requiring controller-pilot datalink communications until 2020.
GAMA to work with ATAG as ICAO develops aviation environmental standards in 2016.
CEO's 9/11 comments play to base prejudices
Satellite surveillance provider Aireon signed an agreement with Senegal-based ATC provider to assess satellite ADS-B service over West Africa.
Targets unit cost reduction of between 1 and 1.3 percent for 2015
The Indian government is hopeful that FAA will raise its IASA safety rating from Category Two to Category one by the end of May.
Authorities cite need for more efficient oversight
AIN spoke to Andrew Herdman, director general of the Asia Pacific Airlines Association, ahead of the Singapore Airshow.
The Asia Pacific region is progressing toward a cooperative air traffic management environment