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Saratov Airlines is to resume operations with Antonov An-148s, days after suspending flights with the type in the wake of the fatal accident in Moscow.
Russia's federal air transport regulator is to use a full-flight Antonov An-148 simulator to examine whether the type's warning systems on in-flight upset are adequate.
Qantas's turnaround since 2015 may be an obvious case study for airline management textbooks but one voice has warned that its conservative financial management could actually be sowing the seeds of its next big challenge: fleet replacement.
The US International Trade Commission's ruling in favour of Bombardier did not hinge on some obscure legal technicality in the end.
Investigators have detailed the chaotic crew response to a Western Air Saab 340A's electrical failure, which eventually led to an unstable approach and gear collapse at Freeport's Grand Bahama airport.
Airbus has reached agreement with export credit agencies on a process under which the airframer will be able to start applying again for ECA-backed funding.
S&P Global Ratings has raised concerns that Qantas has under-invested in its fleet and faces large capital expenditure at the same time as it resumes paying company tax.
Mandarin Airlines' first ATR 72-600 has entered into commercial service, operating a Taipei Sungshan-Magong flight on 14 February.
Norwegian will make use of the new Boeing maintenance hangar at London Gatwick when it opens in 2019, chief executive Bjorn Kjos has confirmed.
Canadian investigators have disclosed that a SkyWest Airlines Bombardier CRJ200 which emitted flame from an engine on start-up had accumulated de-icing fluid in the powerplant.
German investigators have concluded that the uncontained failure of a parked Fokker 100's auxiliary power unit was triggered by ignition of de-icing fluid.
Russian investigators have disclosed that seven instances of unreliable airspeed indications involving Sukhoi Superjet 100s were recorded over a two-day period of heavy snowfall at Moscow Sheremetyevo.
Qantas has released the first pictures of its latest aircraft to bear an indigenous-inspired livery, this time on a Boeing 787-9.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China has given preliminary approval for a new carrier to be based at Hohhot Baita International airport.
A United Airlines Boeing 777-200 lost an engine cowling on approach to Honolulu International airport on 13 February.
Several passengers were injured while evacuating a Delta Air Lines Airbus A330-200 after an engine issue forced the pilots to make an emergency landing in Lagos.
Delta Air Lines finds the proposed Boeing New Mid-market Airplane (NMA) "interesting", after reports that it hopes to launch the new aircraft.
Preliminary analysis of flight-data recordings from the crashed Saratov Airlines Antonov An-148 indicate that the heating system for the jet's pitot-static pressure sensors was not operating at any point.
Viva Air Group is eyeing a public listing in about two years, as the low-cost carrier sets its sights on expanding among the Andean states.
Last year was yet another "safest year ever" for airlines, with a fatal accident rate of one per 4.83 million flights. There were so few passenger fatalities that the revenue passenger fatality rate, of one per 900 million passengers carried, becomes meaningless in isolation.