Latin American carriers Avianca Holdings and Copa Airlines have reached an agreement with Chicago-based United Airlines on a proposed joint business agreement (JBA) plan that, pending government approval, is expected to drive significant traffic growth at major gateway cities throughout Latin America and spur related new investment and economic development opportunities in the region.
South Korea plans to purchase two Green Pine Block C radar warning systems made by Israel Aerospace Industries’ Elta division in a deal worth an estimated $292 million.
U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT approved $655m Foreign Military Sale to Poland of 20 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) M142 Launchers and other related equipment.
Brussels Airlines has begun replacing seven leased aircraft in its Airbus A330-family long-haul fleet with secondhand A330-300s the Lufthansa Group subsidiary decided to acquire last year.
The U.S. and Argentina signed a new bilateral aviation safety agreement Nov. 30 during the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, FAA announced.
The "coastal patrol" UH-60 would be a low-cost alternative to the U.S. Navy’s more advanced MH-60R.
Nav Canada has implemented a new separation standard at Calgary International Airport (YYC) that allows reduced separations of aircraft making required navigation performance (RNP) approaches to parallel runways, becoming the first air navigation service provider (ANSP) to use the standard.
Lockheed Martin Space will demonstrate a new booster for a submarine-launched, intermediate-range hypersonic weapon.
A coalition of consumer and passengers’ rights groups has come out in opposition to two of U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) secretary Elaine Chao’s recent appointees to the Department’s four-person Aviation Consumer Protection Advisory Committee (ACPAC).
Curb-to-gate biometric facial recognition at Delta Air Lines’ Terminal F at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) became fully operational Nov. 29.