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Waiting on Boeing's answer to the Airbus A321LR
New aerodynamic features promise to help cut fuel burn by 2 percent
The Arinc MultiLink system draws from six data sources to provide global aircraft tracking, Rockwell Collins declares.
United, American and Delta airlines released a 55-page white paper which argues that Gulf airlines have received $42 billion in subsidies.
Delta MD-88 skids off runway and nearly into Flushing Bay
Second tranche brings total to €1.123 billion
Cyber security lapses threaten the FAA's safe and efficient management of the U.S. national airspace system, the GAO found.
The Norwegian pilots union Parat began the strike on February 27 after mediation talks with Norwegian over a new labor agreement collapsed.
Opts to wait for EASA certification of long-range version
Airservices Australia, Inmarsat, Qantas and Virgin Australia are testing an aircraft tracking system using ADS-C at regular invervals.