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Devising the final shareholder arrangement and business plan for Alitalia will likely take another couple of months.
The grounding of AA’s Max jets forces it to cancel 115 flights a day.
Thailand seeks to attract more investment in its aviation sector through regulatory reform.
Eric Lindblad will leave Boeing after less than a year on the job as Renton boss.
Bjorn Kjos has announced his retirement at age 72, calling his departure “way overdue.”
The center marks further growth as L3Harris seeks to improve everything to help airlines, from airport scanners to pilots to data analytics.
Latam, Gol are paying $70 million each for the bulk of bankrupt airline Avianca Brasil's assets.
Vingroup launches two aviation schools with CAE ahead of the planned establishment of an airline unit.
The Saudi airline has placed an order for 30 A320neos but declined to comment on the role—if any—the grounding of the Max played.
The new levy will come into force in 2020 and will range from €1.5 per ticket in economy to €18 in business class.