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Hundreds of European Union aviation-related laws could be scrapped under "sunsetting" provisions in the UK's post-Brexit Retained EU Law Bill.
The FAA has issued a notice of proposed amendment to prepare the way for eVTOL air taxi services with commercial carriers including United Airlines.
The Eco Caravan made a first flight on November 18, marking a key waypoint in Ampaire’s efforts to bring the converted hybrid-electric aircraft to market.
The Dutch government summons Russia’s ambassador after court sentences three suspects to life in prison for destroying Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17.
The Air Line Pilots Association raises concern over U.S. airlines’ sponsorship of visas for "specialty occupations."
The Finnish flag carrier looks to lower unit costs to offset the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the closure of Russian airspace.
United Airlines Ventures’ investment in Houston-based Next Renewable Fuels will support a new sustainable fuels refinery to start production in 2026.
The DOT IG 737 Max audit, its fourth on the aircraft, will focus on the FAA's oversight of the MCAS system.
This week the Civil Aviation Administration of China issued type certificates to ATR and Embraer, as Boeing's 737 Max remains grounded in the country.
Indonesian air accident investigators published their final report into Sriwijaya Air's fatal accident in January 2021 involving a Boeing 737-500 aircraft.