The Federal Aviation Administration Friday approved Boeing’s design for modifications to the 787 battery system, a key hurdle in returning the planes to service after they were grounded globally.
Airlines operating the 787 will be required to install containment and… Continue reading
Ryanair on Monday said that net profit rose 21 percent in the group’s third quarter, as the Irish no-frills airline confirmed a proposal it hopes will enable it to finally win a battle to buy rival Aer Lingus.
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(AFP) Qantas said Thursday it would accelerate Aus$650 million (US$675 million) in debt repayments and buy back shares worth Aus$100 million in a bid to shore up its ailing stock and boost confidence.
The Australian airline’s chairman Leigh Clifford said… Continue reading
A new and totally updated electronic version of the European Air Traffic Management Master Plan was launched yesterday at EUROCONTROL.
For the first time, all stakeholders will be able to access the content of the Plan in an interactive and… Continue reading
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) urge Ministers attending the African Ministerial Meeting on Aviation Safety being held in Abuja, Nigeria to endorse and adopt the Africa Strategic Improvement Action Plan. The plan… Continue reading
(REUTERS) An agreement between US Airways Groupand the union representing seven work groups at bankrupt American Airlines calls for fewer job cuts should a merger materialize between the two carriers than an American bankruptcy plan, according to documents being distributed… Continue reading
European Union plans to charge airlines for carbon emissions are “discriminatory” and violate global laws, a group of 26 countries including the United States and China said in a joint declaration released by the Indian government on Friday.
India, which… Continue reading
- Boeingâ€™s Super Hornet offering in F-X2 fighter aircraft competition will bring Brazil a comprehensive industrial partnership program
- Plan includes robust technology transfer, R&D and work placement opportunities with Boeing and its extended network of suppliers
Boeing today conducted an industry… Continue reading
The Ministry of Defence will give a major boost to the military helicopter fleet with 22 new Chinook helicopters, the Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth announced today.
The first ten new Chinooks will start to roll off the production line in… Continue reading