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George Galo served in Vietnam in 1968. He took his first solo flight Dec. 8, 1963, in Chesapeake, flew helicopters in Vietnam and was in charge of the FAA investigation into the 9/11 Pentagon attack.
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.
The new jetliner program at Boeing was set to be built in Washington state until a union vote shook things up.
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)
Toward the end of a nearly seven-hour flight from Dubai to Birmingham, England, passengers got a terrifying scare Thursday when heavy winds almost forced the plane into a sideways landing.
The Canadian flag carrier has said it is looking to renew its fleet of single-aisle aircraft, which currently includes more than 50 Airbus A320 and A321 jets, as well as 45 Embraer 190 planes.
Embattled Australian carrier Qantas' credit rating was downgraded by Standard & Poor's to "junk" status Friday after the airline issued a shock profit warning and slashed jobs.
Air Canada plans to begin flying daily, non-stop flights between Toronto and Tokyo-Haneda airport, beginning next July 1. The airline will serve the route with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a new generation of plane that Air Canada will begin flying next year.
The pilot of an airliner that crashed near the Russian city of Kazan last month, killing 50 people, may have received his license from a training centre that was later closed on suspicion of operating illegally, investigators said on Friday.
The final-flight honor goes to Bangladesh Biman Airlines, operator of the world's last passenger DC-10 -- which the airline says will be making its final scheduled flight on December 7, on an otherwise routine flight.
The U.S. economy grew at a 3.6 per cent annual rate from July through September, the fastest since early 2012.
A Delta Air Lines passenger jet that experienced a hydraulics problem after taking off from Madrid has returned and made an emergency landing.
Jameis Winston will learn whether he faces prosecution Thursday when a state attorney finally announces the results of an intensive investigation into sexual assault allegations against the Florida State quarterback.
Nigeria's Aviation Ministry says the international airport at the country's capital, Abuja, is closed with the runway blocked by a Saudi cargo plane.
The CSeries has collected 182 firm orders, and the company has said it will have booked 300 by September, the tentative date for the airplane's entry into commercial service.