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Locating the unit's memory module could present a bigger challenge
Lufthansa's insurers have set aside $300 million to cover anticipated costs for the Germanwings costs as French prosecutors prepare a criminal case.
The fate of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is still unexplained, but questions have been raised as the role of its pilot-in-command, Captain Zahari.
Hawaiian calls DOT decision an example of "institutional bias" in favor of U.S. business travelers
Statistics show little movement in average retirement age as new airplane shipments continue at record pace
Stunned by the Germanwings crash, the air transport industry's response has not been coherent or convincing.
Agency recommends two crewmembers on flight deck at all times
Services in and out slowly returning to normal
Pilot unions are unhappy that French prosecutors quickly pressed criminal charges after cockpit voice recorder contents were leaked to the media.
The world's top four busiest airports for passengers all saw increases in 2014 and retained their rankings from the previous year.