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Honeywell and Curtiss-Wright have developed a new series of 25-hour cockpit voice and flight data recorders.
A deal covering a firm order for six 737-800BCFs and options on another six raises San Francisco-based BBAM’s commitment total to 15.
A proposal by Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for a digital vaccine certificate to allow free movement has gained IATA's endorsement.
MC-21-300 prototype 73051 ended a one-engine-out breaking test stuck in heavy snow.
Canada’s civil aviation authority has concluded its review of the Boeing 737 Max.
The joint venture between Wizz Air and Abu Dhabi’s ADQ Holdings flies to Athens on its inaugural service.
The maker of the C919 and ARJ21 could face divestment by U.S. partners due to a new Department of Defense ban.
A new business plan at Norwegian Air calls for a return to an all-narrowbody fleet.
A European Commission official applauds “asymmetries" between UK and EASA design certificate approvals.
First deliveries of the aircraft are scheduled for 2022.