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The fast-growing Indian LCC sees a 44-percent increase in operations revenue in the second quarter.
A deal to swap vendors for the PowerJet SaM146 could extend to CFM International engines.
The U.S. manufacturer suffers a $5.6 billion reduction in revenue and $1.7 billion cost increase in the second quarter.
Russia calls the MH17 investigation a “tool in a dirty political game.”
All three U.S. Max operators now have deferred Max flying into at least November.
The subcontinent’s DGCA lists a number of common oversights in its 2018-22 Aviation Safety Plan.
EU airlines label eco-taxes as a missed opportunity to decarbonize the industry.
The Malaysian government considers four offers to manage MAB from local companies.
The U.S. manufacturer hires Kenneth Feinberg and Camille Biros to administer funds to relatives of victims of 737 Max crashes.
Airlines work to restore all routes between Europe and Asia affected by Pakistani airspace closure.