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A 50 percent reduction in airplane output by ATR this year will accompany the loss of 204 jobs.
Following three days of flight testing the 737 Max, the FAA must now evaluate data on changes to the airplane’s flight control system.
ICAO’s decision to change the baseline date for Corsia’s emissions calculation has drawn condemnation from environmentalists but applause from airlines.
The International Air Transport Association cites Covid case rates in the U.S. and half of emerging economies as an impediment to air traffic recovery.
The Department of Transportation’s Inspector General’s office faulted Boeing for failing to submit documents detailing modifications to the 737 Max’s MCAS.
Airlines need to reconsider how they treat customers if they want people to get back in their airplanes.
With thousands of airliners idled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic's chilling effect on travel, microbial fuel contamination is a key concern.
European airframe maker Airbus reveals latest plans to address what it calls the gravest crisis the industry has ever faced.
EASA suspended flight authorization for Pakistan International Airways and Vision air following findings of invalid pilot licenses.
From July 1, travel from 15 countries will be permitted into the European Union, based on their performance in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic.