Skepticism in the supply chain lingers over going beyond new production targets for making airliners already outlined for 2019.
The former Southwest CEO was a master of employee relations and an important innovator.
UK will strengthen drone laws later this year with new register and online safety test.
More automation does not necessarily lead to more safety; the role of pilots needs to be reconsidered.
Airbus is making the most of new communications technologies to help carriers share safety information.
Crossover narrowbody jets, with quieter, more efficient engines, could impinge on turboprop market.
Demand is strong for converting the newer narrowbody aircraft for cargo use, but supply can be a problem.
U.S.-based passenger airlines haven’t suffered a fatal accident since 2009, but industry safety experts don’t agree on the reason why.
Capitol Hill’s leading proponent of moving air traffic control out of the FAA is leaving Congress.
Now officially designated as China’s fourth intercontinental gateway, Chengdu looks forward to having more than 20 intercontinental long-haul routes this year.