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Monarch, Britain’s longest-surviving airline brand, has gone into administration, leaving all flights grounded with 110,000 passengers abroad....

An Air France flight from Paris to Los Angeles was forced to make a sudden diversion when it lost part of an engine over the Atlantic.

One of the four engines on the Airbus 380 flight AF66 failed west of Greenland on Saturday.

No-one was injured in the incident, but passengers...

Thousands of aerospace jobs in the UK could be at risk after the US Department of Commerce ruled against Bombardier in a dispute with Boeing.

An interim tariff of 220% has been proposed on the import of Bombardier's C-Series jet to the US.

Boeing had complained Bombardier got...

Aerospace manufacturers and MRO providers have seen the future and are investing heavily in digital transformation, while many airlines have yet to be convinced of the benefits of sharing and analysing the huge amounts of data being collected by their latest generation airliners and engines....

Launched in 1989, when the city was still an unprepossessing Arabian port with global ambitions, the biennial Dubai air show has become the biggest event of its kind in the Middle East and one of the world’s top four aerospace events. Over the years, the show has seen spectacular orders,...

Boeing has announced that Turkish Airlines intends to order 40 787-9s.

The order will be finalised at a later date, says Boeing, and no engine choice was mentioned in a press statement from the manufacturer.

"The 787 Dreamliner is the most technologically advanced airplane in the...

Chinese carrier Lucky Air plans to add new European long-haul services to St Petersburg and Helsinki, the next stage in its development after making its intercontinental bow this summer.

The HNA Group carrier launched its first intercontinental service to Moscow in June and has now...

Niche US regional carrier Cape Air has reached an agreement with Italian aircraft maker Tecnam to begin taking delivery of 20 Tecnam P2012 Travellers in January 2019, the companies announce on 21 September.

The 20 aircraft are among 100 P2012s that Cape Air intends to acquire, the...

Aircraft inspection maintenance engineer

Flight delayed: two small words that strike fear into all travellers. For airlines too, these words can add up to a fortune in replacement flights, compensation, damaged reputation and massive regulatory fines. So, how is today’s technology industry looking to use maintenance, repair and...

Mirus Aircraft Seating are becoming the top supplier of new seating technology to commercial airlines. Bringing together a team with over 50 years’ experience of design and engineering for Formula One, and experts from the automotive and aerospace industries, Mirus have developed ultra-...

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