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Europe’s air navigation service providers generally failed to meet last year’s environmental targets for air traffic management, according to a new report.
Oman’s SalamAir plans to supplement its Airbus narrowbody fleet with six E195-E2 airliners.
American Airlines’ pilot union calls for preserving the December deadline for certifying the Max 7 and Max 10 without an EICAS.
Following a return to pre-pandemic levels in 2023, demand for services such as aircraft maintenance will grow 3.7 percent annually, projects Airbus.
Backed by House T&I Chair DeFazio, a recently passed House bill seeks to step up the FAA's oversight of foreign repair stations.
As year-end deadline approaches for certification of Max 7 and Max 10, Boeing hangs its hopes on a possible extension by act of Congress.
Following a rollout of its application with Hungary's Wizz Air, the German company seeks to become a “main player” in the growing e-logbook market.
After 14 years of development, China's C919 narrowbody airliner appears nearly ready to enter service.
The firm order from WestJet calls for delivery of 42 Boeing 737-10s.
IATA's director general Willie Walsh said the 41st ICAO Assembly will be a failure it doesn't end with agreement and government action over net zero goals.