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While authorities caution against speculation about the cause, the crash of Sriwijaya Flight 182 raises the specter of past accidents in Indonesia.
Authorities expect to find no survivors from the Boeing 737-500 that crashed into the Java Sea Saturday.
Jakarta ATC lost contact with a Boeing 737-500 carrying 62 people four minutes after takeoff on Saturday.
An agreement to place a firm order for 30 ARJ21s by Everbright Group targets operators in Southeast Asia.
The European airframer delivered 556 commercial airplanes last year.
Starting next week, passengers, but not flight crew, will be required to provide a negative result from a Covid test taken within 72 hours of departure.
U.S. Justice Department finds Boeing employees deceived the FAA about changes to the 737 Max’s flight control system.
For the first time since the establishment of a GCC-led blockade of Qatar in 2017, Qatar Airways can fly direct to South Africa over Saudi Arabia.
IATA reports November RPK declines nearly matched those of October.
Etihad Aviation Training and leisure carrier Israir have signed a contract to train Israeli pilots in the UAE.