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Passengers Would Pay $150 More To Avoid Boeing Airplanes

A survey has revealed that passengers would pay up to $150 more

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Pratt & Whitney Announces West Palm Beach MRO Expansion

Pratt & Whitney has announced this week the expansion of their MRO

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Cessna Caravan Fleet Surpasses 25 Million Flight Hours

Certified in 100 countries, with over 3,000 aircraft delivered since its introduction,

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US Congress Summons Boeing CEO to Testify on Jet Safety

A US Senate subcommittee has summoned Boeing CEO David Calhoun to testify

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Gulfstream G700 Set for Entry Into Service

New FAA production and interior supplemental type certifications have now cleared the

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First Embraer E190F Freighter Takes Flight

Embraer's first converted E190F freighter has successfully completed its maiden flight in

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Rolls-Royce Pearl 10X Engine Takes First Flight

Rolls-Royce has successfully air tested its Pearl 10x engine aboard a Boeing

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Troubled Times: Boeing Seeks to Rebuild Trust with U.S. Airlines

Following a period of turbulence marked by the 737 MAX grounding and

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