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The aerial ad offers discounts to Americans with Mexican DNA

A widely shared airline advertising on social media attacks the prejudices that many Americans feel towards Mexico, their southern neighbor. The two – minute commercial for Aeromexico shows Americans explaining how they would not consider traveling to Mexico, one of… Continue Reading →

Airbus breaks ground at A220 plant in USA

On Wednesday, Airbus broke a new assembly line for its A220 narrowbody in Mobile, Alabama, giving the company an even stronger position in the US, even when forces of protectionism and nationalism threaten to disrupt free trade. "When we did… Continue Reading →

The hiring event of the TSA attracts a record participation in Bloomington, Minnesota.

BLOOMINGTON, Minnesota (FOX 9) – Despite the government's closure, the TSA's job fair seems to have been a huge success. 423 people came to the TSA offices in Bloomington on Saturday to apply for a position for which no one… Continue Reading →

Brazil's regulator attracts 10 Avianca Brazil A320 family jets

The civil aviation regulator in Brazil withdraws the registrations of 10 Airbus A320 family aircraft into Avianca's fleet in Brazil, thus re-establishing the financially disturbed courier. The recordings from Brazil's airplane registration will take place within five working days, after… Continue Reading →

Pilot report: Learjet 75

To say that the Learjet 70 and 75 versions of the 40/45 are updated with new Garmin G5000 avionics is accurate, but there is more to the newer models than just the cockpit. Every upgrade is an opportunity to improve… Continue Reading →

Despite government closure, TSA is organizing a hiring event

Paycheck or not, hundreds of TSA candidates have run into an accelerated recruitment event amidst the longest government stunt in history. On this file photo of December 25, 2018, a TSA officer works at the O. Hare International Airport in… Continue Reading →

Flying start for L3 only-female pilot fairs

L3 Commercial Aviation says it is overwhelmed by applications for 10 exclusively female scholarships on its pilot training certificate (ATPL), just a few weeks after the launch. The Crawley British training provider announced its L3 Pilot Pathways Female Scholarship initiative… Continue Reading →

Austrian Airlines accelerates the removal of Bombardier Q400s

While continuing to maintain the vocabulary of renewing its long-distance fleet, Austrian Airlines will continue to modernize its fleet at short and medium distance as part of a strategy to defend its position at Vienna Airport and to compete better… Continue Reading →

The title Boeing (BA) was a good buy before the positivity of trade between the two countries

Shares of Caterpillar CAT, Home Depot HD, 3M MMM, Boeing BA, as well as chip stocks such as Micron MU and other giants all surged Friday as a result of reports that China could be willing to eliminate its trade… Continue Reading →

Airbus strengthens its presence in the United States with the new A220 plant in Alabama

Mobile (USA) (AFP) – The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus inaugurated Wednesday its second assembly line in the South American United States, in Alabama, where it plans to build its small jet planes A220, in order to conquer market share of… Continue Reading →

Winter storm forces airline cancellations and road problems 9 hours ago

A deicing agent is applied on a SkyWest aircraft prior to takeoff on Friday, January 18, 2019, at the O. Hare International Airport in Chicago. The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings from the Dakota, Great Lakes, and New… Continue Reading →

Boeing Invests in Isotropic Systems to Strengthen Space Solutions

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Airbus Spends US $ 300 Million at New Alabama Plant for A220 Jet

By Tim Hepher MOBILE, Alaska. (Reuters) – Airbus SE expanded its industrial footprint in the United States on Wednesday by starting the construction of a new assembly plant for the A220 airliner developed by Canada, 18 months after accepted the… Continue Reading →

Will Boeing carry out an equity division in 2019?

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Boeing beats Airbus with 893 net orders in 2018

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Norwegian kicks off Boeing 737 bases in northeastern United States

Ben Mutzabaugh UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 9:32 am EST on Jan 19, 2019 European budget giant Norwegian Air is closing its crew bases in Providence, Rhode Island, and Newburgh, NY, as the company tries to… Continue Reading →

Embraer-Boeing Joint Venture Plans Go Forward

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Airbus intensifies pressure on its suppliers compared to the Canadian jet

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Race horde: against Cal, the Huskies could take a unique step in life at Alaska Airlines Arena

The Huskies have 999 victories at the Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Hall. They could win the No. 1000 win against Cal on Saturday. It took 92 years, a dozen coaches and a long list of players to lead… Continue Reading →

777X: The gigantic plane that could change flight forever is almost there

Some of the world's most prestigious airlines are on standby, the first flight of a plane that could change long-haul travel for decades getting closer and closer. The leaders of Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Qatar Airways, among others, will have… Continue Reading →

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