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STC allows the SSJ100 to land at Cat IIIa-certified runways under certain visibility and crosswind conditions.
The regional expects to add the first of 20 new airplanes to its fleet early next year.
Guernsey carrier takes first jet, an Embraer E195, after Flybe deserts island.
As threats to its Russian venture gather, Bombardier has turned to China as another possible source of turboprop collaboration.
Discounts on landing fees and parking charges to take effect next summer.
North Charleston gets responsibility for buidling longest Dreamliner
Most of the cancellations of orders for more than 200 airplanes came as no surprise, according to the CEO.
Global demand for pilots to reach 533,000 over next 20 years.
An ICAO-led industry task force will consider possible changes to how the airline industry assesses the risk of overflying conflict zones.
Emirates will stop flying over ISIS-controlled territory while Etihad maintains its status quo.