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Sep 30, 2014

Photo: Airbus A350 Formation Flight

All five Airbus A350-900 test aircraft took to the skies Monday for a formation flight over southern France, just ahead of EASA's certification of....More
Sep 24, 2014

A320 First Flight Remembered

Today’s flight of the Pratt....More
Sep 16, 2014

Donations of Old Airliners Provide Alternative to Scrapping

Continuing a trend among operators of older aircraft, Delta Air Lines has recently donated a CRJ100 to Purdue University for use as a training tool....More
Sep 15, 2014

Switch at the Top Of Lufthansa Technik

Lufthansa Technik Chairman of the Executive Board August Henningsen plans to retire and Johannes Bussman will take over on April 1, 2015....More
Sep 10, 2014

Why ST Aero Chooses Florida

The drivers behind why ST Aerospace's U.S. subsidiary decides to build a greenfield widebody MRO facility in Pensacola, Florida, that should open in....More
Sep 09, 2014

Boeing Adds Used Parts

Boeing forges deal with GA Telesis to supply used aircraft and engine material--for Boeing and non-Boeing aircraft....More
Sep 08, 2014

Boeing’s Baby Jetliner – Five Decades of Growth

The high density MAX 8 version is a far cry from the stubby little 82-seat design originally envisioned by Boeing in the mid-1960s for its 737 launch....More
Sep 08, 2014

Southwest Has A New Look

And it's true -- Southwest has a new look. New uniforms and ground-handling equipment to come....More
Sep 08, 2014

Video: CSeries Returns To The Skies

Bombardier restarted CSeries flight testing on Sunday with its second test aircraft, FTV2....More
Sep 04, 2014

BA Building Engineering

British Airways starts fourth year of its apprenticeship program--with 12 different schemes....More
Sep 04, 2014

DOT Ruling On Norwegian Air Not The End Of The Story

The U.S. Transportation Department sneaked a decision just under deadline on Norwegian Air International's proposed service to the U.S., but it may....More
Sep 03, 2014

Business Aviation News 50 Years Ago

A selection of stories that appeared in Business & Commercial Aviation magazine in September 1964....More
Aug 29, 2014

Boeing’s 787 ecoDemonstrator goes to work

Boeing’s ecoDemonstrator is back – but this time the company is using a 787 for the role rather than the polished aluminum 737-800 which it leased....More
Aug 29, 2014

Aircraft Archaeology in the High Adirondacks

Hiking seven miles to one of the tallest peaks in the Adirondacks -- in the rain -- is not most people's idea of fun, but when searching for one of....More
Aug 29, 2014

Podcast: Bird Strike

We discuss how airports in the U.S. are managing wildlife hazards, and some of the more unconventional mitigation efforts....More
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