News and issues relating to international air transport and cargo carriers, national airlines and regional airlines, including aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
The U.S. Treasury Department now faces the task of allocating coronavirus aid and assigning conditions.
British engine maker Rolls-Royce is closing its UK facilities temporarily while focusing on supporting customers, including air freight operations.
Boeing CEO David Calhoun insisted that the company will pursue other financing options if the government requires an ownership stake.
SIA Group expects to raise as much as S$15 billion in equity and debt funding.
Embraer's CEO insists that the deal with Boeing to buy 80 percent of the Brazilian company’s commercial business remains a top priority.
Spain's CGT union calls for a walkout at five Airbus plants starting March 30.
The Australian flag carrier uses seven Boeing 787-9s as collateral for a new loan.
The international airline trade body calls on governments to urgently help bridge the industry’s liquidity problems.
An order issued by the Indian government to stop all domestic passenger flights followed a shutdown of train operations.
Wichita-based Spirit Aerosystems sent employees home for at least 14 days as it halts 737 fuselage production.