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The Overture Superfactory would sit on a 62-acre campus at Greensboro, North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad International Airport.
After adding 13,000 employees in 2022, Airbus plans to match that hiring volume this year.
Talks between Embraer and potential suppliers for a new turboprop have advanced more slowly than expected.
Lunar New Year demand and the end of China's Zero-Covid policy and has seen the country's airlines aggressively resume international services.
The installation of modern navigation aids ends a 30-year interruption of full air traffic control operations over Somalia and the surrounding region.
Ethiopian authorities say an electrical problem caused the Max 8’s left AOA sensor to fail, an assertion disputed by the NTSB.
2023 is already seeing airlines in the Association of Southeast Asia Nations restore service, expand fleets, and enhance air connectivity in the region.
The EU has postponed the implementation of the Entry Exit System—the smart border system for non-EU nationals entering the bloc—beyond May.
A Texas federal judge has ruled that Boeing must appear in court on January 26 for arraignment on criminal charges over two fatal 737 Max accidents.
ZeroAvia's hydrogen-powered Dornier 228 flew for the first time on Thursday.