Aviation authorities in Thailand and Vietnam are looking to gain FAA recognition for oversight progress, while experts agree Indonesia has made significant improvements.
You’ve got to know when to hold them, and know when to fold them, and at Bombardier the questions remain which and what?
Embraer stands to benefit if Bombardier sells CRJ following its recent Q400 disposal.
Level is aiming at fast growth, mainly through partnerships and franchise deals. It believes it can define a new model for long-haul low-cost operations.
Where there is a need, there is a profit. Not surprisingly, cockpits are becoming cash cows for some flight-simulation and training providers.
Faced with a long-term pilot employment gap, airlines are stepping up recruitment and unveiling new career-path programs.
Crossover narrowbody jet manufacturers eye Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and parts of northeast Asia as a key sales battlegrounds.
Airbus still believes a large Emirates order can rescue the A380, but long-term success is doubtful
Public disagreement between Airbus and Emirates over A380 production pace and design updates highlights the manufacturer’s problems.
Indigo Partners’ combined order ushers in new opportunities for cost cuts
Strength in numbers is playing out for the bottom lines of four LCCs owned by private equity firm Indigo Partners. Can global alliances strike similar deals?
Local governments can require drone users to register and use an app that will make their UAS visible to law enforcement.