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2 hrs ago | Canada.com
Five months after a deadly Boeing 777 crash landed at San Francisco International Airport, the National Safety Transportation Board plans a two-day hearing examining whether the pilots were overly reliant on computer systems when they approached too low and slow before striking a seawall and tumbling across the runway.
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2 hrs ago | WHTC
U.S. safety investigators are looking closely at whether an over-reliance on autopilot systems in modern aircraft has degraded human flying skills, increasing the risk of accidents.
6 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News
Airbus suppliers likely won't look to locate operations in the southeastern United States for five to seven years, according to a top official of a German aerospace association.
10 hrs ago | This is Oxfordshire
OXFORD Airport is returning to the skies with the first of what it hopes is a number of new commerical flights.
15 hrs ago | LA Daily News
European air and defense company EADS, the parent company of Airbus, said Monday it is cutting 5,800 jobs over the next two years as part of a major overhaul to reduce costs and refocus on civil aviation.
19 hrs ago | West Australian
Airbus confirmed on Monday that Kuwait Airways had signed a provisional agreement to buy 25 new aircraft in the biggest overhaul of its fleet since the 1990 Iraqi invasion.
The Pratt and Whitney engine of our 600-horsepower 1952 hotrod Harvard roared as we tore down the runway at 170 km/h.
Air Canada announced recently, via press release, the addition of daily flights between Toronto-Pearson and Tokyo-Haneda beginning July 1, 2014 using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner , making it the only non-stop flight between Canada and Tokyo-Haneda.
A rough Boeing 777 landing in Birmingham caused a passenger on the plane to vomit while the Boeing 777 pilots tried desperately to maneuver the massive aircraft in gale force wind conditions.
On Tuesday, the National Transportation Safety Board will hold two days of hearings into the crash of Asiana Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport on July 6. Of the more than 300 people on board, three died, one as the result of being run over by a fire truck after being covered with firefighting foam while on the ground.
The new jetliner program at Boeing was set to be built in Washington state until a union vote shook things up.
Boeing and Saab AB have signed a Joint Development Agreement to offer a solution for the US Air Force's T-X trainer requirement, the companies announced on 6 December.
Airbus is nipping on Boeing's tail, and while Boeing still maintains a bigger, active global fleet, Airbus is closing the gap.
A Delta Air Lines flight from Seattle to Atlanta has been diverted to Spokane International Airport after a 16-year-old boy died on board.
Air India has finalised a deal to sell its five wide-body Boeing 777 aircraft to Etihad Airways by signing an agreement with the Abu Dhabi-based carrier, Top Air India officials signed a formalising agreement with their Etihad counterparts in Abu Dhabi earlier this week,they said, adding that the deal would be implemented after the Indian ... (more)
NEW UK engineering headquarters for Airbus have been officially opened in Filton in memory of aircraft designer Captain Frank Barnwell.