Following suit of the Chinese Civil Aviation Authority, The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority has temporarily suspended the use of all Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
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Following the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash, other airlines are suspending the use of the aircraft until further investigations are carried out to find the cause of the incident.
Etihad Aviation Training, part of Etihad Aviation Group, has accomplished the significant milestone of becoming the first full European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Approved Training Organisation (ATO) for the transport category in the United Arab Emirates.
Oman Air's fleet has been highly ranked in Heathrow Airport's latest 'Fly Quiet and Green' table, which highlights airlines that are making steps to improve their environmental performance.
The IATA Aviation Virtual and Augmented Reality Summit (AVARS) will be the first of its kind to focus on the technology in the industry. In this article, Vuzix takes us through a few of the smart glasses offerings currently being employed by the aviation industry.
Retrofit installations now underway for Inmarsat’s next-generation inflight broadband service on Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777 aircraft.
Scandinavian low-cost airline to utilize airplane to open new transatlantic routes
Jeppesen signs agreement to ensure The Weather Company serve as the primary weather source across Jeppesen and Boeing aviation products.
3 August 2016 | By International Airport Review
An Emirates airline flight with 300 people on board traveling from India has crash-landed at Dubai International Airport...
Qatar Airways places an order for 100 Boeing 777-9x – The largest single aircraft order in the airline’s history
16 July 2014 | By Qatar Airways
Order finalised for 50 777-9Xs and purchase rights for an additional 50 aircraft...
7 December 2012 | By Karen Dix-Colony, Lead Engineer, Product Department, Boeing Airport Technology
Airport Council International’s (ACI) recent announcement that year-onyear passenger traffic has grown by five per cent has, for now, caused some optimism within the industry. Unfortunately, such news is rare as the ongoing economic uncertainties continue to plague passenger numbers in Europe and North America. However, one of the aviation…