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Following nearly two years of trading barbs, Airbus and Qatar Airways have reached an “amicable” settlement on their dispute over A350 surface degradation.
Flyr becomes the second European airline to cease operations in a week’s time.
Airline pilots in the U.S. are submitting a significant number of reports about potential 5G cellphone tower interference.
Thousands of Boeing company employees, airline executives, lawmakers, and program luminaries celebrated the end of the 747’s 53-year production run.
Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen said the agency has taken initial precautions to protect the notam database.
Thailand's U-Tapao Airport to serve as heart of Southeast Asia's Eastern Economic Corridor
Now operating two of three lines in Renton, Boeing expects more demand for the 737 Max to require a fourth line at the former 787 assembly bay in Everett.
Flybe, a regional airline in the United Kingdom, has entered insolvency for the second time since March 2020.
The Overture Superfactory would sit on a 62-acre campus at Greensboro, North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad International Airport.
After adding 13,000 employees in 2022, Airbus plans to match that hiring volume this year.