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Throughout the first seven months of 2020, low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines consistently flew more than U.S. rivals American, Delta, and United.
A slower-than-expected recovery of air travel has IATA calling for more direct government intervention.
Ninety percent of voting pilots cast ballots in favor of an agreement to allow Transavia to fly within France.
The commercial aircraft order backlog at Boeing fell by 56 airplanes as the company collected no orders during the month of July.
Premature wear on Rolls-Royce XWB-84 engines powering Airbus A350s appears unrelated to the long-standing problems associated with the Trent 1000.
Electric propulsion specialist MagniX is stepping up flight testing of electric versions of the Cessna Caravan and DHC-2 Beaver.
India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation confirmed that an Air India Express aircraft broke into two pieces after skidding off the end of the runway.
The crash of an Atlas Air 767 in 2019 resulted from inadvertent activation of the airplane's go-around mode and the pilots' incorrect response.
The FAA is proposing to assess Boeing $125 million in civil penalties for alleged interference with FAA designees.
In July, Airbus achieved four new narrowbody sales, representing its first orders in three months.