EU urges ICAO to agree at its assembly in September on a “long-term goal” to address the aviation industry’s rising CO2 emissions.
The CAAC is putting development of Beijing Daxing International ahead of protecting Air China in its home town.
Benjamin Smith took control of Air France-KLM in September with three clear mandates.
Top aircraft manufacturers and providers tell current and would-be providers they must pay to play in the historic ramp-up of airliner production.
Rapid movement of the Earth’s northern magnetic pole focuses attention on aviation’s reliance on magnetic navigation.
Italian carrier Meridiana is rebranding as Air Italy, aiming to compete with growing LCCs and insolvent Alitalia, whose ongoing woes highlight the challenge.
Bombardier exec talks about C Series plans with Airbus and his take on a potential Boeing-Embraer tie-up.
As government builds regulations to protect aviation infrastructure, it should work with industry, which is already developing technologies to enhance safety.
After a good 2017, major European airlines are planning capacity increases—but are they biting off more than they can chew?
Parts for the first 777-9 are arriving from all over the world at Everett, Washington, where preparations for assembly and testing of the first of Boeing’s new-generation 777X twinjet family are in the final phases.