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European turboprop manufacturer ATR shipped only 25 new aircraft to customers in 2022 as supply chain and staffing bottlenecks slowed production.
A $5 million investment in carbon-capture company Svante aligns with United Airlines’ goal of zero CO2 emissions by 2050.
Legislators have adopted findings and recommendations stemming from a committee probe into Manila’s January 1 air traffic control (ATC) power outage.
The Indian flag carrier sees itself as an eventual challenger to the Gulf carriers, but the country’s transport infrastructure will need to keep pace.
Development of hybrid-electric regional airliners must happen in sync with the entire aviation 'ecosystem,' according to Clean Aviation partner Leonardo.
Phil Washington, whose nomination as FAA administrator faced a barrage of Republican opposition, withdrew his name for consideration for the post.
Improper torquing of fasteners by Boeing factory mechanics in Max jets’ engine anti-ice exhaust ducts results in FAA airworthiness directive.
Shanghai-based Juneyao Air took delivery of the first A321neo produced at Airbus’s assembly line in Tianjin, China.
The International Civil Aviation Organization considers the rollout of new dual-frequency multi-constellation standards a ‘major milestone’.
Scheduled to launch in 2025, the first United eVTOL route will take passengers between O’Hare International Airport and Vertiport Chicago.