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Embraer, Heart Aerospace, and Universal Hydrogen have joined ATR and Airbus as partners in Air New Zealand’s program to field a zero-emissions aircraft.
Two and a half years since suspension of SpaceJet development, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries cuts its losses and cancels the program.
Plans call for major development of Kuala Lumpur's former international gateway, Subang Airport.
While calling Turkey “a longstanding and valued NATO ally, the U.S. has urged the country to not become a “safe haven” for illicit Russian transactions.
A FedEx 767 nearly landed on top of a Southwest Airlines 737 taking off from Austin Bergstrom Airport in Texas.
The Icelandic flag carrier plans to operate its largest network ever as it takes delivery of more Boeing 737 Max twinjets.
Following nearly two years of trading barbs, Airbus and Qatar Airways have reached an “amicable” settlement on their dispute over A350 surface degradation.
Flyr becomes the second European airline to cease operations in a week’s time.
Airline pilots in the U.S. are submitting a significant number of reports about potential 5G cellphone tower interference.
Thousands of Boeing company employees, airline executives, lawmakers, and program luminaries celebrated the end of the 747’s 53-year production run.