On Friday, Brazilian planemaker Embraer delivered the first
E-170 jet to Japan's Fuji Dream Airlines, a company of the Suzuyo
Group. The airline has ordered another Embraer 170, which is
scheduled for delivery later this year.
Slated To Gradually Replace 747-400BCFs In Carrier's Fleet
Boeing celebrated the delivery Thursday of the company's first
777 Freighter to launch customer Air France in a ceremony at the
Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour near Paine
Field. The contractual delivery and airplane departure are
scheduled for Friday.
"Flying Public Deserves To Know What Truly Happened"
The Coalition for an Airline Passengers' Bill of Rights and The
Gibson Law Firm have filed federal Freedom of Information Act
(FOIA) requests regarding two recent crashes involving aircraft
operated under the Continental Airlines banner.
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Pilot Error, ILS Problems Among New Theories In Flight 3407
Following revelations by the National Transportation Safety
Board about the last few seconds of Continental Connection Flight
3407's failed instrument approach into Buffalo last week, Colgan
Air is defending the training and experience of the accident pilot,
Capt. Marvin Renslow.
Three months after announcing a significant codeshare and
marketing alliance with Delta Air Lines, officials at Alaska
Airlines say they'd consider a merger with another airline if the
right deal were made.
The National Transportation Safety Board announced Thursday it
will hold a two-day public hearing as part of its ongoing
investigation into the ditching of a US Airways Airbus A320 into
the Hudson River in New York City in January.