Tom Ballantyne writes about the challenge coming from China and Russia in the commercial aircraft market in the June 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.
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IATA has reiterated calls for regulators to collaborate and work towards the same timeline when certifying the return to service of the Boeing 737 MAX.
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The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says it has found an issue with the software fix for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX.
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Frenchman Roger Béteille, the driving force behind Airbus’s first commercial aircraft the A300B, died on June 14 2019. He was 97.
Japanese giant Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has agreed to pay Canada’s Bombardier US$500 million for the CRJ regional jet program.