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CSeries Program head reports 'solid progress'
FDR data suggests pilots shut fuel supply to left engine
International Civil Aviation Organization member states recommended the adoption of a 15-minute position reporting standard for aircraft.
Leaked report on crash of QZ8501 questions pilot training
Order also affects fellow Taiwanese regional Uni Air
Association hopes that acting early will allow it to partner with new European Parliament and Commission on workable aviation policy
Second deadly crash for Taiwanese airline in seven months
The FAA's budget request of $15.8 billion contains $235 million to begin rolling out data communications between pilots and controllers.
Talking with Sukhoi about taking airplanes originally built for UTAir
Weather firm WSI believes it has achieved a “critical mass” of daily aircraft reports to its turbulence-alerting system in North America.