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Backed by House T&I Chair DeFazio, a recently passed House bill seeks to step up the FAA's oversight of foreign repair stations.
As year-end deadline approaches for certification of Max 7 and Max 10, Boeing hangs its hopes on a possible extension by act of Congress.
Following a rollout of its application with Hungary's Wizz Air, the German company seeks to become a “main player” in the growing e-logbook market.
After 14 years of development, China's C919 narrowbody airliner appears nearly ready to enter service.
The firm order from WestJet calls for delivery of 42 Boeing 737-10s.
IATA's director general Willie Walsh said the 41st ICAO Assembly will be a failure it doesn't end with agreement and government action over net zero goals.
Boeing held an opening ceremony for its new 3D printing facility in Auburn, Washington, on September 23.
The European OEM will need to deliver some 320 airplanes over the last four months of the year to meet its target of 700.
Getting new pilots to the 1,500-hour threshold so they can fly for airlines is not the best way to develop future flight crew.
A new 40-aircraft order for A320neos adds to a previous contract for 96 from Xiamen parent China Southern Airlines.