News and issues relating specifically to regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training; and coverage of annual conventions of the U.S. Regional Airline Association (RAA) and European Regions Airline Association (ERA).
The ATR 72-500 was approved to start operations at London City Airport in early February and has entered service with Irish regional airline Aer Arann on i
Bombardier Aerospace has missed its January 31 target for converting a letter of interest (LOI) for “up to” 60 C Series airliners from Lufthansa, leaving t
Delta Air Lines plans to base a new subsidiary in Minneapolis that would take over all customer service duties for Delta Connection unit Comair and Northwe
ATR took in record revenues of $1.3 billion in 2008 and says that despite the financial crisis it will top that figure this year.
Avions de Transport Regional has scheduled the first flight of a prototype ATR 72-600 regional turboprop for early this summer, following completion of the
Embraer will remove an entire layer of if its management structure as part of a plan to lay off 20 percent of its 21,362-strong workforce, the company anno
Superjet International today announced the official opening of its new North American sales and customer support office in Washington, D.C.
NTSB investigators have turned their attention to “human action” and pilot training in their probe of the crash of a Colgan Air Q400 outside Buffalo on Feb
Growing distrust between elements within various pilot groups and airline management over the use of confidential safety information is threatening the int
Pinnacle Airlines subsidiary Colgan Air signed a firm order last month to acquire 15 more Q400 NextGen turboprops worth some $432 million.