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The technology will be installed at six Italian airports starting next year.
Aeroflot might have to search for alternative financing for its acquisition of Airbus widebodies if sanctions against Russian banks remain in place.
The World Cup brought a large number of business aircraft to Brazil, packing the ramps at various airports.
WTO advice against bans on travel to and from Ebola-affilicated countries hasn't stopped Ivory Coast and Zambia from doing just that.
The beleagured carrier has lost money for five straight quarters.
Eight survivors taken to a Tehran hospital.
Russia's ban will result in longer flights and higher operating costs.
The latest Notam succeeds succeeds the agency’s earlier guidance, which prohibited flights over Iraq at or below 30,000 feet.
The “transaction implementation agreement,” which the airlines valued a €1.76 billion ($2.35 billion), is intended to restore the airline to profitability.
Airlines face a tripling of war-risk insurance premiums after recent events, including the shooting down of MH17 in Ukraine.