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The US Secret Service reimbursed Donald Trump's campaign for flying agents on his company's plane.
Washington and Boeing welcomed a World Trade Organization ruling that criticized the European Union for failing to stop subsidies to Airbus.
Airbus focuses on more hub-and-spoke aircraft models, while Boeing is more targeted with point-to-point models, says Frost & Sullivan's Subhranshu Sekh Das.
Qantas Airlines CEO Alan Joyce says the firm has hedging strategies in place to take advantage of lower oil prices and to smooth out volatility.
The Hillary Clinton campaign disclosed the expense in its August Federal Election Commission filings.
IATA's Alexandre De Juniac says the airline industry is doing well because of increased traffic, low oil prices and restructuring in the airline sector.
The startup that wants to make flying in a private jet affordable is partnering with one of the industry's largest jet-charter companies.
Japan Airlines CFO Norikazu Saito says Japanese consumers aren't willing to spend as they are anxious about the future and impending tax hikes.
JAL's CFO Norikazu Saito had some blunt advice on what is needed to kickstart the Japanese economy: Structural reform, not tinkering by the BOJ.
The decision marks a setback for Airbus, which has been trying to increase sales of the world's largest passenger plane.
A spat among airlines over which deserved the contract to fly U.S. government workers on certain routes intensified on Tuesday.
The airport construction fee may be painful but it will benefit Hong Kongers amid a battle between regional hubs, one aviation analyst says.
Gcobani Mangcotywa, APAC GM of South African Airways, talks about the operations of South African Airways and how it intends to expand in China.
So far there have been no airliner disasters specifically attributed to digital devices. But experts worry about the sheer mathematics. NYT reports.
Wal-Mart, Tesla and United Continental are making headlines this Monday morning before the opening bell.
The Aerospace Industry Corporation of China signed an agreement with Ukrainian firm Antonov to finish building an AN-225 aircraft.