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China, India among possible partners for Embraer’s commercial aircraft business.
The sale of the CRJ program to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries moves ahead amid steep losses at the Japanese company.
International travel suffers from a failure to apply a coordinated set of travel restrictions, including in Asia.
Mitsubishi’s latest problems might lighten the heavy load Embraer must carry to achieve recovery.
The British Air Line Pilots Association issued an angry reaction to EasyJet’s Thursday announcement of workforce cuts.
A return to production of the 737 Max marks the start of a process expected to result in a 31-aircraft monthly production rate by next year.
Boeing CEO David Calhoun said the company will begin involuntary layoffs of 6,770 U.S. employees this week.
Germany has agreed to inject up to €9 billion to rescue its flag carrier from the ravages of Covid.
In a Chapter 11 filing, Latam Group noted that the coronavirus pandemic has cost it 95 percent of its passenger traffic.
With only three A380s operating in scheduled service, the future looks bleak for the big quadjet.