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White House FAA pick Phillip Washington has had just a year of direct aviation leadership experience, but a broad transportation management background.
A strike among some 1,000 pilots has affected roughly half of SAS’s schedule and led to its decision to voluntarily enter bankruptcy protection.
The FCC will allow SpaceX to provide satcom services to moving vehicles, including aircraft.
Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, and Shenzhen Airlines will take A320neo-family jets under the terms of contracts signed in Beijing.
H3X is working on a 2.8 MW electric motor drive that it says will have the power density and redundancy needed to convert 50- to 100-seat aircraft.
The Department of Transportation’s Office of the Inspector General confirmed that it will audit the FAA's oversight of B737 and 787 production processes.
The UN’s aviation arm resolves to call on Russia to end its infractions of the Chicago Convention.
Trade group ADS is concerned that the UK government's breach of its Brexit trade agreement with the European Union could expose its members to new risks.
Divergent views of hydrogen’s immediate potential have Boeing and Airbus at odds once again.
Strong post-Covid demand combined with delays in aircraft deliveries will result in a much healthier airline industry, said Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr.