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The 36-member permanent body of the international aviation organization endorsed February 2016 recommendations of a committee of experts.
Places six EETCs over past three years
The African Airlines Association says that states willing to embrace air transport liberalization must press ahead without the support of those who do not.
The long-established Taiwanese company has new leadership that is pitching for international contracts.
Alexandre de Juniac made his first official visit to Washington, D.C., as International Air Transport Association CEO and director general.
The facility, located at the Airbus training premises, houses a CAE-built FAA and EASA level-D ATR 42/62-600 simulator and classrooms.
No word on identity of launch operators of either the CFM or Pratt-powered versions of the airplane, however
Charles Champion to retire by year-end
Company reviewing timing of 10-aircraft-per-month production rate
A new Thai aviation law should take effect before the end of 2017, modernizing the country's regulatory structures.