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Delta takes delivery of first flagship Airbus A350-900

World-class, fuel-efficient jet will begin customer service from Detroit to Tokyo-Narita International on Oct. 30.

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TSA, American Airlines Testing New State-of-the-Art Screening Technology

TSA, American Airlines Testing New State-of-the-Art Screening Technology

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First look: Flagship A350 outfitted in Delta colors

Delta’s first Airbus A350 left Airbus’ paint shop coated in Delta’s signature livery as the aircraft prepares to be delivered to the airline in July.

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Delta's RFID baggage initiative wins industry award

Delta was honored with the Best Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID) Implementation award from the RFID Journal in May. This award recognizes the airline’s industry-leading baggage…

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Video from new ATL-ICN flight

Video from new ATL-ICN flight

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Horizon Air pilots pass vote to amend labor contract

Horizon Air pilots, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) have approved an amendment to their existing eight-year contract. Horizon is a regional airline that flies as…

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United Airlines Announces Nonstop Service Between Los Angeles and Singapore

United Airlines (UAL) today announced that it will introduce daily nonstop flights between its Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) hub and Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN), effective Oct. 27,…

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Work Begins On Airbus H135 Assembly Line In China

Airbus expects the H135s to be supplied mainly for police and medical services in Shandong, the province of which Qingdao is the largest city. It has good reason to think they will be.

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Paris Airshow Preview: Market Realities, Big Data and Industry Growth

Digits over widgets and don’t overlook the backlog. In the latest Aviation Week Check 6 Podcast with Accenture, we talk about the trends and forecasts ahead of the Paris airshow this month.

Paris Airshow Preview: Market Realities, Big Data and Industry Growth

Digits over widgets and don’t overlook the backlog. In the latest Aviation Week Check 6 Podcast with Accenture, we talk about the trends and forecasts ahead of the Paris airshow this month.

Risks Threaten Airline Profit Cycle

While the immediate financial outlook for the airline industry appears positive, experts warn of problems on the horizon.

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Rediscovering The Danger Of Wake Turbulence In Cruise

High-altitude wake turbulence is often thought of as a bump in the night, but the tale of a Challenger business jet toppled by an A380 in January has the industry taking a second look.

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Board in a Snap: JetBlue to Launch First-of-Its-Kind Self-Boarding Program Using Facial Recognition

JetBlue today announced it will collaborate with U.S. Customs and Border Protection and SITA to test a new paperless and deviceless self-boarding process as part of ongoing trials to implement a biometric exit process in the future. JetBlue will be the first airline to integrate with CBP to use biometrics...


Controller halted A320 take-off from wrong intersection

Australian investigators have detailed an incident in which a Cairns air traffic controller cancelled take-off clearance for a departing Tigerair Airbus A320 after realising it had lined up on the wrong intersection.

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CSeries prices threaten 737 Max 7 'viability': Boeing

Bombardier’s CSeries and its aggressive sales tactics threaten the very existence of Boeing’s 737 Max 7 and the US aerospace industry, Boeing’s vice-chairman Ray Conner told US trade officials last week.

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