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In an unusual move, the FAA has formed a Joint Authorities Technical Review involving a global collection of aviation authorities.
The expansion opens to travelers destinations that were previously difficult to reach.
Developers expect to finish construction of the so-called mega-airport’s passenger terminal this month.
The number of unemployed local pilots grows while Indonesian airlines continue to hire foreign flight crew.
Authorities plan to “gather facts, information, and individual views” on the status of the 737 Max grounding.
Airbus Commercial Aircraft no longer will have a separate chief executive.
Tariffs would apply to new aircraft and parts on aircraft from Airbus state sponsor nations
The delivery re-shuffle forms part of low-cost carrier Norwegian's ongoing financial restructuring.
Deterioration in the latest Trent’s high-pressure turbine blades has occurred faster than expected in some engines.
EU-wide performance targets for the next five years call for a reduction in delays and costs.