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Representatives from at least nine countries and regions will participate in a panel that the US Federal Aviation Administration convened for the purpose of reviewing the Boeing 737 Max s flight control software.
Russian carrier Red Wings has taken delivery of an Airbus A321 featuring a revamped livery for the airline.
American Airlines will begin using the first piece of what will become a new regional concourse at Ronald Reagan Washington National airport later this month.
Airbus has not been immune to peculiarities in air data systems, and unexpected incidents illustrate the difficulties designers and regulators face in predicting and avoiding unintended consequences of aircraft behaviour.
As operators across the world scramble to fill capacity gaps created by the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, we present this gallery of aircraft that have been drafted into affected fleets
Air Mauritius has received its first Airbus A330-900 at a ceremony in Toulouse.
European regulators have listed large civil aircraft and helicopters among potential targets of trade countermeasures aimed at US exports, following the US government s plans to introduce tariffs on Airbus jets.
Indian budget carrier SpiceJet has agreed to lease six more Boeing 737-800s that are expected to join its fleet within the next two weeks.
Boeing has completed the final test fight for the updated software of the Boeing 737 Max, paving the way for a certification effort.
AirAsia s third attempt for a low-cost carrier in Vietnam have fallen through, with the termination of a joint venture with local partners.
GECAS will repossess eight aircraft leased to financially troubled Avianca Brazil, as the fleet-depleted airline cancels hundreds of flights during this week's Easter travel season.
An American Airlines Airbus A321 experienced what a pilot called an uncommanded roll and struck runway equipment during takeoff on 10 April from New York.
When, on 17 April, it was forced to temporarily suspend operations, India's Jet Airways became the biggest carrier to pull the plug on flights this year.
Jet Airways is suspending flight operations after failing to secure emergency funding to continue operations.
There is a premium revolution underway at the US network carriers. Business class seats are becoming more spacious and private, while premium economy cabin installations are moving forward rapidly with widebody fleets due for outfitting in two years.
The new edition of the Airline Business Podcast is now available.
Indian budget carrier SpiceJet will add five more Bombardier Q400s to its fleet by June to back-fill some of the capacity lost in the market due to Jet Airways financial difficulties.
Garuda Indonesia's budget unit Citilink has denied any involvement in plans by two Malaysian companies to establish a budget airline that will use its brand name.
Uganda Airlines has received its first Bombardier CRJ900 regional jet.
Preliminary traffic figures collated by Cirium for the 100 biggest airports in the world show passenger traffic increased by 5.3% during 2018.