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The Ethiopian carrier refutes a report suggesting the pilots did not receive sufficient training.
The acquisition is expected to give Spirit AeroSystems new work on the Airbus A320, A350.
The Accident Investigation Bureau in Addis Ababa has agreed to “expedite” the preliminary report into Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.
Air Premia will enjoy the advantage of a main base at Seoul Incheon.
Cargo carriers receive fifth freedom rights beyond the EU for five months.
Department of Transportation head Elaine Chao orders a formal audit of the certification process for the Boeing 737 Max 8.
CEO Muilenburg promises the release of a 737 Max software update “soon.”
The Philippines’ largest carrier outlines plans to replace and up-gauge aircraft.
Some 100 airliners in India sit grounded, not all of them Boeing 737 Maxes.
Paulo Cesar Silva to step down as CEO at the end of April.