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The 787-9 assembled in North Charleston, S.C., will be the first Dreamliner operated by a Korean airline in South Korea.
The R80 regional airliner still awaits funding, and the N245 remains in preliminary design. PTDI says that the smaller N219 is nearing its first flight.
The first three 787-10s that will participate in the flight-test effort are making their way through assembly and test in North Charleston, S.C.
The European Regions Airline Association predicted that its 53 member carriers are set to report "better than expected" results for 2016.
Air India's Alliance Air subsidiary is to expand service to second and third tier cities under the country's new Regional Connectivity Scheme.
On its first anniversary, the EU Flight Time Limitations regulation is being misinterpreted says European Cockpit Association.
Boeing says India's new regional connectivity scheme will result in more demand for narrowbody airliners on new domestic routes.
The president of the Air Line Pilots Association defended the program days after President Trump suggested the ATC modernization is failing.
Boeing is still defining the larger Max 10 model.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand is trying to train more personnel so it can maintain adequate regulatory standards.