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Negotiators fail to break an impasse over staffing levels and work rules at Taiwan’s flag carrier.
The Brazilian manufacturer ships 90 airliners following busy fourth quarter.
The establishment of a West African MRO hub accompanies plans to launch a Nigerian flag carrier.
UK aerospace industry production fell in 2018 in spite of record global aircraft deliveries.
Progress on the sale of the Italian flag carrier remains unclear, as Air France-KLM weighs withdrawing from a rescue deal.
Plans call for Norwegian Air Shuttle to form a leasing joint venture with a “very strong” Asian company.
The first of the Airbus narrowbodies to carry paying passengers in the Americas flew from New York to Boston.
The European travel group seeks to sell all or some of its airlines, including Condor in Germany, to shore up its finances.
The Australian flag carrier confirms that its fleet and network planning has not considered the order for eight airplanes “for some time.”
Manufacturers have sent the first responses to an RFP Spirit issued in late 2018.