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  • Passengers line up to check in at San Francisco International on July 6, after the crash of Asiana Flight 214.

    Travelers likely will be experiencing a few more days of delays as airlines cope with inclement weather and the ripple effect of the Asiana Airlines crash. NBC News reports.

  • A Boeing 777 airplane lies burned on the runway after it crash landed at San Francisco International Airport July 6, 2013 in San Francisco, California.

    The crash of a South Korean airliner in San Francisco on Saturday with more than 300 people on board dampens the safety record of one of the world's safest aircraft and an airline with a clean sheet of 20 years.

  • Boeing is a best-in-class stock with great management and competitive position, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.

  • Large European airlines can't "walk straight and chew gum at the same time"—creating an opening for Ryanair to grab more short-haul share, CEO Michael O'Leary told CNBC.

  • Sneak Peak At Paris Air Show

    There is a level of optimism at the Paris Air Show that hasn't been there in years, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • United Airlines 787 Boeing Dreamliner

    The FAA did "everything right" in the dealing with the battery issues that grounded Boeing's new Dreamliner for months, the aircraft maker's chairman and CEO James McNerney tells CNBC.

  • Why Analyst 'Favors' Boeing Over Airbus

    Carter Copeland, Barclays Capital analyst, discusses the competition between Boeing's 787 and Airbus' A350 aircraft.

  • The British Union Jack flag flies alongside the BAE flag

    U.K. aerospace giant BAE Systems must adjust its cost-base, according to newly appointed chairman, Roger Carr.

  • Boeing 787 Dreamliiner

    Boeing upgraded its 20-year forecast for airplane demand as aerospace firms heading to next week's Paris Air Show look beyond the financial crisis to pin their hopes on Asia.

  • F-35 Lightning II

    The Pentagon needs to follow the private sector's lead on acquisitions, particularly when it comes to critical information technology, says one lawmaker.

  • Does Your Home Insurance Cover Asteroids?

    In just a few hours a two-mile wide asteroid will pass right by Earth, if it veers off course and collides with your house, will insurance cover it? CNBC's Jane Wells has the answer.

  • Cramer Gauges the Strength of Defense

    The sequester cuts were supposed to hurt defense stocks, but some companies have been rallying higher. Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his top picks in the sector.

  • Passengers disembark from Pakistan International Airlines flight PK709 bound for Manchester from Lahore, Pakistan, after it was diverted to Stansted Airport, north of London, England, Friday May 24, 2013

    British police arrested two men on a Pakistan International Airlines flight on Friday on suspicion of "endangerment of an aircraft".

  • The Business of Space

    CNBC's Tom MacKenzie reports on the appointment of the first ever British astronaut, Major Tim Peake, selected from over 8,000 applicants for a five-month mission in 2015.

  • The space business in the United Kingdom is growing fast - The country's first official astronaut has been picked for a stint on the International Space Station. Tom Mackenzie reports.

  • Following the Dreamliner's grounding on safety issues, the delivery of the first jet with a new battery system marks a turning point in Boeing's 787 crisis.

  • The FAA on Friday canceled budget-driven plans to close 149 air traffic control towers at smaller U.S. airports.

  • Jamie Dimon listens during a panel discussion on the opening day of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.

    JPMorgan shareholders should vote against the re-election of three board members, an influential proxy advisory firm said.

  • Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., holds a Draganflyer X6 drone at a Judiciary Committee hearing.

    Concerns over domestic surveillance aside, the industry says 100,000 jobs could eventually be created if the FAA integrates drones into U.S. airspace by its 2015 target date.

  • Boeing 787 Dreamliiner

    After a grounding that lasted 100 days, costs estimated to run over $600 Million, and countless negative headlines Boeing's CEO sees bright skies for the troubled 787 Dreamliner.

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  • Troublesome Liaisons of the Business World

    The business world has seen numerous individuals put their marriages, careers and good standing at risk for an extramarital dalliance. CNBC.com presents a list of people who went outside of their marriages for intimate relationships.

  • Petraeus Scandal Widens

    A top U.S. general in Afghanistan is now under investigation, with CNBC's Eamon Javers. Jeremy Kroll, K2 Intelligence, and Julian Sanchez, Cato Institute, also discuss cyber security.

  • Is the Defense Sector the New 'Girls Club?'

    CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at the rise of women in companies that used to be dominated by men.