The arrival of new narrowbody types and additional 787s will spur the next phase of Korean Air’s fleet renewal and will also enable network development plans.
Patrick Ky talks with Aviation Week about EASA's return-to-service process for the MAX. Added training requirements could be an unwelcome burden for Boeing and customers.
The FAA has yet to act on a slew of measures spelled out in last year’s landmark FAA Reauthorization Act, despite the inclusion of hard deadlines by Congress.
Developing and advanced nations will start using surveillance data provided by Aireon.
Human-factors elements remain elusive in aircraft design, hazard analysis.
Fleet renewal programs at Delta, United and American indicate new aircraft are boosting premium traffic at the first two carriers. American vows it will catch up.
Senior executives from Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Korean Air and Japan Airlines discuss fleet acquisition plans.
Trent 7000 delivery delays appear to be emblematic of the capacity problems facing an over-stretched Rolls in what was supposed to be a banner year.
The French company’s tablet-based app enables pilots to virtually relive a selected portion of their flight immediately after landing.
Asia-Pacific airlines can count on continuing traffic growth, but average fares are not increasing fast enough to offset soaring fuel costs.