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Aviation associations have highlighted the slow progress despite the clear benefits the Single European Sky could bring.
The Sweden-based regional airline targets CO2-free flight operations by 2030
Operating losses at Thai Airways reflect a wider slump throughout Southeast Asia.
In a sign of easing political tensions, the People’s Republic has approved 49 more weekly flights into its territory by South Korean carriers.
The airline's early bet on connectivity is paying off.
The U.S. airframer has conducted more than 360 hours of flight-testing on the 737 Max with updated MCAS software.
The Canadian flag carrier’s acquisition of Transat would consolidate its foothold at Montreal Trudeau Airport.
The Ghanian government and the private sector would control a 51-percent share in the new West African airline, while Ethiopian holds the balance.
FAA and NTSB members were among the presenters, but the industry must reach a broader D.C. audience.
Dan Elwell testified that the FAA expects Boeing to submit a software update in about a week.