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2 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
President Barack Obama's expected 10-minute speech at Nelson Mandela's memorial will cost taxpayers at least $500,000 per minute.
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6 hrs ago | Ctl.ca
Prior to his work with American Eagle, Fred was Vice-President of Base Maintenance for American Airlines from 2008 to 2009.
10 hrs ago | KUOW-FM Seattle
The original rudder of the 747 being refurbished at the Museum of Flight south of downtown Seattle.
14 hrs ago | KMPH-TV Fresno
By The Associated Press Another round of snow is in the forecast for the mid-Atlantic region, just in time for the morning commute.
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.
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.
OXFORD Airport is returning to the skies with the first of what it hopes is a number of new commerical flights.
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.
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.
Michael D. Gehrich of Vincennes University, walks out of a fully functioning Boeing 737 at the training center at the Indianapolis International Airport.
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.
Investors in Boeing continue to fly high this year as the airplane manufacturer is making progress in converting its huge backlog into actual revenues and earnings.
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.