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Boeing has broken ground on a new 290,000 square-foot facility with space for approximately 800 employees. The new structure, the third in Boeing’s existing campus, will open in summer 2016 and house employees working in engineering, research and development laboratories, and some support staff.
Boeing and the U.S. Navy have extended advanced airborne electronic attack (AEA) capability to a key U.S. ally, presenting the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) with its first EA-18G Growler. Australia is the first country other than the U.S. to obtain this aircraft.
The Government of Canada has announced new regulations to allow airports that don't have access to security screening services from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) to obtain them on a cost-recovery basis.
The damage to Alitalia by the consequences of the fire which broke out on May 7, at Fiumicino Airport has amounted to $80 million Euros to date.
GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), the commercial aircraft leasing and financing arm of GE, today announced delivery of two leased Boeing 737-800s to new customer 9 Air, a subsidiary of Juneyao Airlines Co. Ltd.
Whether you’re talking weather, variety of aircraft, volunteer support, air shows, or the plethora of “Only in Oshkosh” examples, a weary but happy EAA Chairman Jack Pelton said EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 was another great week.
In an effort to make America's low altitude airspace safe for package delivery — and a host of other uses — Amazon is proposing a "drone zone.
Boeing and the family of the late Bill Boeing Jr. will donate $30 million to the Museum of Flight in part to help promote science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programs.
At a pilot training course for Singapore Airlines' Scoot carrier, Eva Maria Thien stood out among the participants because she was the only woman. She also was the instructor.
Federal officials are investigating why an Allegiant Air passenger jet nearly ran out of fuel before landing at an airport that was temporarily closed to most traffic.
J. Stewart “Stew” Young, from Edmonton, Alberta, had been bitten by the flying bug at a young age. After a handful of lessons at the Northern Alberta Aero Club, he soloed on August 10, 1935. While waiting for his licence to arrive from Ottawa, he saw an advertisement in the local newspaper inviting young men with a keen interest in aviation to join the Royal Air Force (RAF). To him, it seemed the opportunity of a lifetime.
Polish authorities confiscated a drone and questioned a man after a Lufthansa passenger plane approaching Warsaw's international airport nearly collided with a flying object, police said Wednesday.
The sensational case of a Kansas airport worker who planned to blow up a plane could hold important lessons for Canadian security personnel trying to detect a brewing terrorist plot, an RCMP intelligence report warns.
A British Airways flight that left Las Vegas and was headed for London made an emergency landing in Montreal because of a bomb threat early this morning.
WestJet Airlines Ltd reported a 19 per cent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower fuel costs and addition of new routes.
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