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Boeing has established a dedicated 24/7 operations center for rapid issue resolution and will install expanded onsite specialized teams in five regions.
A new order signed by FAA Administrator Steve Dickson paves the way for the Max’s return to service by year-end.
The House-passed Aircraft Certification Reform and Accountability Act is designed to address concerns raised in the aftermath of the Max crashes.
The Boom, Collins Collaboration is designed to facilitate cleaner, quieter supersonic flight through inlet, nacelle, and exhaust system technologies.
A newly released cargo forecast from Boeing projects more than a 60 percent growth in the freighter fleet by 2040.
The AAPA is urging governments to fully adopt ICAO CART guidelines to spur demand beyond so-called green lanes for business travel.
The combination of the two carriers will create one of the world’s 10 largest airlines.
A contract with Pratt & Whitney covering PW1100G maintenance calls for Portugal’s OGMA to invest €74 million.
Dubai’s flag carrier lost $3.8 billion during the six months ending September 30.
UK engine maker Rolls-Royce aims to show that its current engines can run safely on pure SAF.