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Brazil’s largest domestic carrier has made a virtue of a varied fleet.
A contract with Costa Rica’s COOPESA calls for Boeing to open two more conversion lines for the BCF next year.
An IATA study shows that cost of an air ticket could almost double due to Covid testing requirements.
Five Airbus A350-900s and five Boeing 787-9s will effectively replace Lufthansa's A340 quadjets.
The European Commission has recommended easing border restrictions on non-essential travel for fully vaccinated individuals.
London City is the largest international airport where landings and takeoffs are controlled remotely, in this case from a facility 72 miles away.
The European airframer expresses the need to change the “unhealthy” market balance between itself and Boeing in the all-cargo aircraft market.
More than 100 Boeing 737 Maxes remain grounded due to electrical problems discovered in early April.
An agreement to develop an STC for A330 passenger-to-cargo conversions calls for Lufthansa Technik to supply mod kits and Airbus to provide technical data.
The course focuses on ICAO's new methodology for assessing and reporting runway surface conditions.