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FedEx is grounding one of its planes temporarily that has an engine General Electric flagged after a passenger jet erupted in flames last month.
The U.S. agency will not confirm the agreement's existence, while the Chinese company has pictures of an apparent deal signing.
Investors dumped perceived safe trades after the FBI cleared Hillary Clinton on her use of a private email server.
Ryanair hiked its long-term growth forecast by 10 percent on Monday, saying it expected to carry 200 million passengers per year by 2024.
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For shippers, the bankruptcy of South Korea's Hanjin was both a fillip and a sharp reminder of just how much clean-up was needed in their businesses.
It's easier for Korean firms to snap up parts of Hanjin Shipping instead of international companies, explains Drewry Financial Research Services' Rahul Kapoor.
Customers are being especially careful when selecting shipping lines amid fears of more supply chain disruptions following the Hanjin crisis, says Maersk Line's Robbert van Trooijen.
Two suspects on a motorcycle were detained at Istanbul's airport after they refused to stop and police shot in the air at them, the city's governor said.
A driver-less flying taxi developed by aerospace giant Airbus has taken one step closer to reality.
Singapore Airlines needs to rethink whether it can compete with Middle Eastern rivals on long-haul flights, says Maybank Investment Bank's Mohshin Aziz.
When it comes to becoming the next FedEx or UPS, China's package delivery companies have a long way to go.
Via co-founder & CEO Daniel Ramot discusses his ride-hailing startup and how he's looking to disrupt the carpooling and transportation space.
An industry trade group expects roughly 27-million people to fly worldwide on domestic airlines this year.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau reveals the plane was descending rapidly and was not prepared for a landing.
Moller-Maersk Group, the world's largest shipping company by capacity, announced a slump in third-quarter profits on Wednesday due to low freight prices.
Shippers, long plagued by overcapacity, can only find temporary solace from the consolidation and government-led solutions currently afoot in Asia.
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