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The Flight Safety Foundation Releases its 2022 Safety Report on the same day the FAA holds a special safety summit.
Saudia and newly minted carrier Riyadh Air have agreed to place firm orders for a total of 78 Boeing 787s.
Principals expect Riyadh Air to fly to 100 destinations by 2030, create 200,000 jobs, and add $20 billion to Saudi Arabia's GDP.
Gunfire prompts local carriers to suspend operations to Nop Goliat Dekai Airport in Yahukimo Regency, Highland Papua.
Japan Airlines is testing the durability of a "sharkskin" exterior coating on two Boeing 737-800s that reduces friction and thus increases fuel efficiency
An Philippine Senate investigation found no evidence of sabotage or a cybersecurity attack relating to Manila’s January 1 air traffic control power outage.
The IAE AG partnership, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary, expects its V2500 engine family to remain in service beyond 2045.
The aircraft and engine maintenance unit of Lufthansa has reported a record profit in the wake of air travel's recovery and an increase in flight hours.
Amnesty International, Global Witness, and Burma Campaign UK reiterate calls to suspend aviation fuel supply to Myanmar amidst unlawful air strikes.
Turboprops accounted for four of five fatal accidents last year with loss of life to passengers and crew onboard, according to IATA's 2022 safety report.