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The authority's decision come a day after it issued a circular asking airliners to inform customers to arrive four hours prior to their flights.
The review aims to convince consumers in Indonesia, a country with fast-growing aviation market, that the operation and business activities of the budget airliner would be better in the future, Minister Jonan said.
A short circuit likely due to a manufacturing defect in a Boeing 787 airliner battery caused a fire last year that grounded the planes for more than three months, federal accident investigators said Monday.
Bombardier is creating the future with its CSeries aircraft the only 100 per cent new family of airliners specifically designed for the 100- to 149-seat, single-aisle market.
China Express Airlines orders three more Bombardier CRJ900 NextGen airliners Bombardier Aerospace announced that China Express Airlines has converted previously announced conditional purchase agreements for three CRJ900 NextGen regional jets into a firm order.
Dublin-based Research and Markets said it has released a report on the global commercial airliner and regional aircraft industry calling for the industry to reach approximately USD 123bn in 2020 with a CAGR of 2.
Citilink announced on January 3 that it had ordered 25 regional ATR 72-600 regional-distance airliners made by a joint venture between the Airbus parent company EADS and Italian firm Alenia, a subsidiary of Finmeccanica.
Boeing states that it is the company''s most fuel-efficient airliner and the world''s first major airliner to use composite materials for most of its construction.
Summary: The wife of convicted airliner bomb plotter Abdulla Ahmed Ali has been found not guilty of failing to pass on information.
Intelligence agencies have also asked the concerned authorities to implement certain fundamental changes in the security procedures for commercial airliners to ensure safety of passengers and avoid any untoward incident, The Daily Times reports.
Once the second phase is completed in 2014, Korean says it will have a fleet of 95 airliners equipped with the latest high-end products.
Lockheed and McDonnell Douglas are long gone, and Airbus has emerged as the only serious competitor to Boeing for airliners in general.