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Third-quarter deliveries from Boeing totaled 63 during the third quarter, compared with 190 a year earlier.
Portuguese flag carrier TAP Air says its long-range narrowbody lowers trip costs on its Lisbon-Washington route by 50 percent.
EasyJet has started to train pilots in CAE’s new simulator center near Gatwick Airport, where it has five dedicated full-motion devices.
A lack of qualified inspectors threatens Vietnam's FAA Category 1 status.
The charges against the pilot in command of the Aeroflot SSJ100 carry a prison sentence of seven years.
Political tensions in Hong Kong exacerbate airlines’ competitive challenges.
Boeing and Embraer now expect the acquisition to close in early 2020 rather than this year.
Korea-Japan trade tensions force several low-fare airlines from Korea to suspend service.
The EU is calling for a negotiated solution and a new regime on aircraft subsidies.
Indonesia’s flag carrier resumes partnership agreement with Sriwijaya Air while debts continue to accumulate.