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Flight Airline Business has once again teamed up with CFM International to bring you an extra, digital-only issue, focusing on the highlights of what has been another successful year for the industry.
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has opened the door to union recognition for the first time as part of efforts to head off planned industry action by pilots ahead of the Christmas holiday period.
Portuguese carrier Azores Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, received through specialist Air Lease.
Political considerations were an element in Vietnam Airlines' decision to obtain both the Boeing 787-9 and A350-900.
Chengdu Airlines has put the Comac ARJ21 regional jet on its first regional route, after using the jet on services to major domestic cities for over a year.
The head of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) praised Republican lawmakers efforts on new tax legislation while encouraging the more radical Tea Party contingent to back down from their attack on the US Export-Import Bank.
Minnesota-based Sun Country Airlines will be sold to funds affiliated with private equity firm Apollo Global Management.
Delta Air Lines has committed to 200 Airbus A321neos for the next phase of its narrowbody fleet replacement programme.
Norwegian will begin new flights to Los Angeles and New York from Amsterdam, Madrid and Milan in May, increasing to 10 the number of new transatlantic routes it plans to launch next year.
UK investigators have determined that an Aurigny Air Services ATR 72-500 suffered a serious in-flight upset after its crew vainly attempted to climb out of a region of icing instead of following the correct checklist procedures.
All 25 passengers and crew of a Canadian-operated ATR 42 have survived after the aircraft crashed outside of Fond du Lac airport in the province of Saskatchewan.
Suparna Airlines has taken delivery of its first widebody, a Boeing 787-8 from fellow HNA group carrier Hainan Airlines.
American Airlines has revised its procedures after a communications breakdown led an Airbus A330-300 captain to attempt to halt an evacuation, which had been initiated by cabin crew unable to contact the cockpit.
Regional Express has changed its maintenance procedures following a propeller failure incident on one of its Saab 340s that was caused by an earlier birdstrike.
Japan Airlines has committed to invest into Japanese space transport business Ispace, which is attempting to launch two missions to the moon by 2020.
Former Jetstar group chief executive Jayne Hrdlicka will leave the Qantas Group in March 2018 to become the chief executive of dairy processor A2 Milk.
Austrian leisure carrier Niki has filed to open insolvency proceedings and grounded flights after Lufthansa was forced to drop its acquisition of the carrier from insolvent parent Air Berlin amid European competition concerns.
Turkish carrier Atlasglobal has raised the prospect of acquiring the Bombardier CSeries as part of a fleet-renewal programme.
Airlines headline figures for 2017 are impressive, reflecting another year of rising traffic and impressive profits.
Australian regional carrier JetGo Australia has entered an agreement with the City of Karratha that will see it commence twice-weekly Brisbane-Karratha-Singapore services from mid-2018.