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The F-35 Joijnt Strike Fighter program took a step forward and made a little aviation history with the first vertical landing by an F-35B, the shortt-takeoff, vertical-landing model destined for the Marine Corps.
AMR, parent of American Airlines, put out two comments on Monday's sharp drop in AMR's stock price.
Bankruptcy rumors swirled around AMR Corp. on Monday, sending the stock down 33 percent to close at a $1.98.
It took until the second question at today's Qatar Airways 100th airplane delivery event for CEO Akbar Al-Baker to be asked about the contract dispute between Cargolux, of which Qatar is a 35% stakeholder, and General Electric that abruptly cancelled delivery of the cargo carrier's first two 747-8Fs.
For the second month in a row, over 100 pilots have chosen to retire from American Airlines, which could impact the carrier’s fall schedule.
The market capitalization of AMR, parent of American Airlines, dropped below $1 billion during the day Friday, the first time it has been below that mark in more than two years.
MICROSOFT'S Bing search engine, which already provides an excellent airline ticket search function, launched a new feature on Thursday that offers interior maps of 42 American airports. The design is actually pretty clever.
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. will cut 670 jobs in fort Worth by the end of the year as part of an overall 1,500 position reduction in the workforce of the military aircraft division.
To watch the more than 500 Boeing employees who designed, built and tested the 787 walk together ahead of Airplane 24's roll to the gathered crowd of thousands for the first delivery to All Nippon Airways, I could not help but see a fitting bookend for this part of The Boeing Company's history.
There is no official confirmation yet but the Wall Street Journal (subscription) is reporting that Iraq has made a $1.5 billion down payment on the purchase of 18 F-16 fighter jets.
In an update to Allied Pilots Association members Friday, its negotiating team addressed the question of whether American Airlines Inc. parent AMR was in danger of filing for bankruptcy.
Ever wonder what it would be like to sit in the captain's seat as you're landing Boeing's latest aircraft, the 787?
The Illinois Appellate Court ruled Thursday that American Airlines must continue to provide its fares and schedules to Travelport and its online site, Orbitz.
This is it folks. The big game. On Monday September 26, 2011 at 9am Pacific Time, Boeing will deliver its first 787 Dreaminer — to All Nippon Airways (ANA).
It looks like the major carriers are starting to feel the impact of a weakening economy.
The General Accounting Office says that airlines are cancelling more flights since the U.S. Department of Transportation adopted penalties for tarmac delays of more than three hours.
Building on its 777-300ER, Boeing is evaluating its next moves in the 300 to 415-seat market, with its conceptual 777-8X/9X, powered by a smaller GE90-derived engine, composite wing, a possible fuselage stretch and shrink and higher economy seating capacity, marking what is likely to become the second major incremental evolution of the 777 family, 15% better than today's aircraft, say those familiar with the studies.
GOOGLE has just launched a flight-search tool called—prepare yourselves—Flight Search. No Kayaks or Hipmunks here. It lays out flight options in a simple, Google-ish format with lots of white space, and is arguably easier to understand than a site like Expedia.
The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing a $1.1 million against Aviation Technical Services for making improper repairs on 44 Southwest aircraft.
Delta Air Lines improved its on-time number by 10 percentage points in July, while United Airlines saw a 10-point drop compared to July 2010.