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3 hrs ago | USA Today
US Airways has apologized after mistakenly tweeting a graphic pornographic image to one of its followers, but no one is going to lose a job because of the mistake.
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On 10 March, Air Arabia and Airbus celebrated the delivery of the 6000th A320 family aircraft, which was unveiled during a special ceremony in Hamburg.
9 hrs ago | BusinessWeek
Boeing's 737 aircraft just marked an aviation first: The 8,000th model has rolled off the assembly line, a round-number milestone for the best-selling airplane of all time.
Slung under a Boeing-built U.S. Navy P-8A, the Advanced Airborne Sensor radar system gives the aircraft much greater ability to coordinate military responses.
Fiji Airways intends to spend part of its after tax profit of $14.5 million over the last 9 months on the purchase of a new ATR72 aircraft.
Bill Tempany, CEO stated: "2013 was a year of milestones for FLYHT during which we grew year over year revenues by 23.7% to over $8.0M.
Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida is now under the direction of SpaceX , the private spaceflight company headed by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk.
Aerolineas Argentinas will become the first airline in Latin America to let passengers stream in-flight entertainment content via their own devices later this year.
Boeing Co. said it has reached a partial agreement on details of a new deal with one of its largest suppliers, though after months of talks, the two sides have yet to finalize a long-term pact for key parts of its main commercial jet programs.
Most well-seasoned air travelers know the drill: The moment you hear the words "brief safety demonstration," you probably tune out and crack open your book.
Southwest Airlines says passengers will get wider seats on its newest Boeing 737 jets that will begin arriving at the airline in 2017, Bloomberg News reports.
In this Feb. 9, 2012 file photo, a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 waits to take off at Chicago's Midway Airport as another lands.
Southwest Airlines Co. says that the co-pilot of a plane that landed at the wrong airport in January has retired, while the plane's captain has resumed flying.
The daughter of the pilot killed in what, until Flight 370, was Malaysia's deadliest aviation crash talks to Phil Taylor about living with the disaster.
Saving fuel is a key concern for airlines, and one of the main reasons United and other carriers have switched over to lighter seats on some aircraft.
Born in Bozeman and raised in Whitefish, Eric Smith graduated from Montana State University.