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  1. PICTURE: Japan Air Commuter receives first ATR
  2. Crashed 747's flight recorders badly damaged
  3. Hero 30 on target for June live-fire test
  4. ANALYSIS: Israel wings it on F-35
  5. INSIGHT FROM FLIGHTGLOBAL: Most A350 and 787 engine maintenance contracts in APAC are
  6. United eyeing 767 replacement in fleet review
  7. Bliss Jet slips transatlantic service launch to second quarter
  8. Airline Strategy Awards 2017 open for nominations
  9. Gama partners with China's CASL on maintenance venture
  10. Boeing's commercial unit cut jobs by 7.38% in 2016
  11. ‚??Lockheed, JPO close to signing next F-35 production deal
  12. TBM 930 outperformed Daher stablemate in 2016
  13. FAA clears Hondajet for icing, RVSM flights
  14. PICTURES: HAL rolls out improved Hawk i trainer
  15. Indian navy launches search for new carrier-based fighter
  16. Bell flies first production 505 Jet Ranger X
  17. ‚??Northrop noncommittal on T-X bid
  18. ANALYSIS: India acts to maintain air power edge
  19. Airbus Helicopters 'monitors' Polish tenders, but refuses to rule out legal action
  20. ‚??US defense secretary orders immediate review of F-35 and Air Force One
  21. Analyst floats theory for Northrop CEO's caution on T-X
  22. Gulfstream sees flat business jet deliveries in 2017
  23. Ash-detection tested on Israeli enhanced-vision system
  24. ANALYSIS: India's LCA programme keeps on fighting
  25. ‚??MV-22 crash lands during SEAL raid in Yemen
  26. Airbus lists initial weight variants for A330neo
  27. JetEight offers all-you-can-fly membership programme
  28. Northrop, BAE withdrawal cuts T-X bidders to two
  29. Israel eases UAV export restrictions
  30. Four rivals shape up for Israeli UAV contest
  31. Deadline passes for Lockheed F-35 contract appeal, but options remain
  32. Mattis review will validate F-35: USMC aviation chief
  33. Turkey, UK advance TF-X fighter pact
  34. Russia reveals export ambitions for MiG-35
  35. UK starts 16-week consultation on proposed third Heathrow runway
  36. Norwegian crash probe focuses on H225 gearbox design requirements
  37. Diamond's piston-engined family gets flightdeck upgrade
  38. Demand cycle is weakening: Flight Ascend Consultancy
  39. OPINION: Does being launch customer matter?
  40. ANALYSIS: Raytheon adapts Coyote as swarming commodity
  41. DARPA details OFFSET swarming UAVs
  42. Wrong turn forced LOT flight to wait for taxiway painters
  43. Lockheed finalises deal for 90 F-35s, claims $728M savings
  44. Air France formally swaps remaining A380s for A350s
  45. ‚??Lufthansa outlines A350 delivery schedule
  46. ‚??F-35 to make Australian debut at Avalon
  47. Triumph pledges Global 7000 support despite lawsuits
  48. Berlin confirms further Brandenburg delay
  49. ‚??Camcopter wins Australian navy contract
  50. Lufthansa to operate A350 under triple type rating
  51. Embraer Executive Jets makes Argentina debut
  52. Norwegian of ‚??huge‚?? economic interest to USA: White House
  53. Airbus strategy chief steps down
  54. A-10 fleet spared retirement through 2021
  55. Taiwan launches indigenous advanced jet trainer project
  56. Elbit wins Mi-17 upgrade deal in Asia-Pacific
  57. USAF to test Israeli runway monitoring system
  58. Flying Production unveils new UAVs
  59. Rafael steps up weapons offer for Tejas
  60. Australian navy details manned/unmanned teaming plan
  61. Delta, United, Southwest chiefs to meet with Trump
  62. Leonardo returns to T-X competition alone
  63. INSIGHT FROM FLIGHTGLOBAL: Ohio‚??s low-cost boom
  64. F-35 cost target impossible without block buy, Lockheed says
  65. ‚??Murky AW101 delivery perplexes Indonesian defence officials
  66. PICTURE: Air Canada announces fleet-wide rebranding
  67. US aviation industry 'encouraged' by Trump meeting
  68. Monthly Boeing Commercial job cuts hit eight-year peak
  69. AW609 prepares for icing trials as flight tests resume
  70. Lockheed Martin rolls-out first LM-100J
  71. Air France readies offer after talks on new long-haul arm
  72. OPINION: Is A380 nearing the end?
  73. Air Baltic expects 2016 profit of near-double-digit euro millions
  74. Airlander repaired and almost ready to fly again: HAV
  75. ANALYSIS: ESA goes boldly to new space paradigm
  76. Korean Air to take seven CS300s in 2017
  77. Hawaiian and pilots' union reach tentative contract deal
  78. ANALYSIS: When is more US domestic capacity too much?
  79. OPINION: Will Bombardier's new loan stretch far enough?
  80. ANALYSIS: How BA helps nervous passengers fly with confidence
  81. Leonardo secures US approval for AW169
  82. F-35A premiers at Hill AFB Red Flag
  83. Boeing confirms 737 Max 10 spec's amidst frenetic activity
  84. ‚??Trump to visit Boeing in South Carolina for 787-10 rollout
  85. Pacific Aerospace delivers first P-750 to Thailand
  86. ‚??AERO INDIA: Saab talks up Gripen industrial opportunity
  87. ‚??US Air Force must retrofit 108 F-35As
  88. US Navy revives interest in Super Hornet engine upgrades
  89. ‚??KC-46A tests delayed until January 2018
  90. Airbus sees new appetite for Indian widebody operations
  91. ‚??AERO INDIA: New Delhi continues work on stealthy AMCA
  92. Juneyao Airlines firms order for five 787-9s
  93. Icelandair modifies winglets on 757 fleet
  94. OPINION: 737 Max 10 could be lucky 13 for Boeing
  95. INTERVIEW: Air Combat Command chief prepares for departure
  96. ANALYSIS: Australia updates its air force capabilities
  97. MH17 inquiry grapples with Russian radar-data format
  98. United debuts new Polaris business class
  99. Boeing rolls out 787-10 in politically charged ceremony
  100. Trump teases Super Hornet order
  101. ANALYSIS: How A320 changed the world for commercial pilots
  102. OPINION: India needs fighters more than factories
  103. Israel reviews unused weapons carriage after F-16I crash
  104. ANALYSIS: How IAI keeps its edge in military aircraft
  105. G500 and G600 flight test campaigns progress as G650/ER gets Chinese approval
  106. Diamond delivers first DA62 to Israel
  107. Poland speeds acquisition of 16 helicopters
  108. Aerosucre 727 crash probe missing aircraft weight data
  109. ANALYSIS: Three decades of the A320, by the numbers
  110. First Asia-based TBM 930 enters service
  111. ANALYSIS: Perception lags improving airline safety
  112. Lockheed pops reporter into T-50 cockpit
  113. ATR opens Miami training center to fix pilot shortage
  114. ANALYSIS: Downturn in offshore helicopter sector may be bottoming out: Flight Ascend
  115. Leonardo sets sights on strike-roled M-346 FA
  116. ANALYSIS: Helicopter market still suffering, but new products may provide stimulus
  117. VIDEO: A320 family first flights
  118. Airbus seeks fresh talks to ease burden of A400M
  119. ANALYSIS: Airbus hits stride in Mobile as political winds turn in its favour
  120. PICTURE: Citilink receives Indonesia‚??s first A320neo
  121. PICTURES: Qantas unveils new 787 premium economy seat
  122. Italian navy takes first troop transport NH90
  123. Norwegian transatlantic 737 flights to begin in June
  124. Team Spartan challenges Canadian FWSAR award
  125. ‚??USAF requests funding for low-cost fighter test
  126. ANALYSIS: Tianjin becomes eastern cousin of Toulouse
  127. OPINION: Should A400M partners prop up Airbus?
  128. M28 tour to showcase Skytruck's commercial potential
  129. Air Caraibes chief describes 2016 strike as 'very good thing'
  130. TP400 engine fix nearing completion: MTU
  131. F-35 to fight ISIS in a few years
  132. IAG satisfied with long-haul deliveries shuffle
  133. ‚??AVALON: Helicopter makers circle new attack requirement
  134. ‚??AVALON: Government grapples with decline of general aviation
  135. ‚??AVALON: Piaggio returns to Australia
  136. ANALYSIS: Airbus Helicopters powers a piston revolution for light singles
  137. AVALON: ‚??Bell 505, Jet Ranger X get Australian certification
  138. United wants dual approaches at Newark to expand hub
  139. Leap-powered A321neo gains US and European approval
  140. RAAF A330 MRTT fleet achieves final operational capability
  141. ‚??AVALON: RAAF, Airbus look to increase MRTT capabilities
  142. ‚??Next-gen tanker must be survivable, not stealthy
  143. American and United happy to compete with 'clever' Norwegian
  144. H125 order continues ETPS fleet renewal
  145. AW139 bid for Huey replacement kicks off with a glitch
  146. Flexjet launches European operation
  147. Engine shortage, airframe tweaks prompt CSeries delivery pause
  148. ‚??US Air Force to hold light attack experiment this summer
  149. Northrop changes JSTARS leadership after grounding aircraft
  150. Pilot error caused Shoreham disaster, AAIB concludes
  151. India's DGCA identifies new gearbox issue on PW1100G
  152. ‚??PICTURES: Latest Boeing and Embraer derivatives make their debuts
  153. MD Helicopters unveils MD6XX mock-up, MD969 changes
  154. Marenco announces new launch customer for SH09
  155. AAPA calls for Asia-Pacific ATC integration
  156. Sikorsky adds real-time tracking to PHI's S-92 fleet
  157. Bombardier delivers first CSeries of 2017 to Swiss
  158. ANALYSIS: Airline support gathers around Boeing MoM concept
  159. Alaska plans 12 new routes from San Francisco bay area
  160. Azul to be launch operator of E195-E2
  161. Leonardo to manufacture T-100 in the US
  162. Romania axes Orbiter 4 selection
  163. Emirates needs to 'adjust' business: chief
  164. India poised to retire iconic Tu-142 fleet
  165. HAV details Airlander updates as accident details published
  166. American challenges United with new Chicago routes
  167. Citywing collapses in wake of Van Air prohibition
  168. ‚??Boeing renews Korean F-15K sustainment pact
  169. OPINION: Why Bell had to impress with FCX concept
  170. ANALYSIS: Malaysia's air force operates on shoestring budget
  171. Turkish deferrals cut into 2020 fleet size
  172. South Korean startup KAIR orders eight A320s
  173. Berlin airports disrupted again by ground-handling strike
  174. CDB Aviation orders 30 737 Max aircraft
  175. Embraer Executive Jets performance set for 'gradual' improvement
  176. Qatar Airways to receive first A320neo-family jet next year
  177. Regional cargo airlines pressured by US pilot shortage
  178. Delta closes $620m investment in Aeromexico
  179. ‚??Lockheed upgrades Airborne Multi-INT Lab
  180. ANALYSIS: Dassault seeks manufacturing efficiency as it waits for market rebound
  181. Cracked component, crew lapses cited in SIA 777 fire report
  182. Piper prepares M600 for its European debut
  183. UTAS pursues nanotubes for aircraft ice protection
  184. ‚??PICTURE: Airbus A350-1000 undergoes low-speed take-off tests
  185. XTI teams with Bye Aerospace on hybrid TriFan 600
  186. Crashed Dana MD-83 crew feared reprisal over emergency
  187. UAE unlikely to accept changed terms of EU access: Emirates chief
  188. ANALYSIS: USAF looks for autonomy breakthrough
  189. ‚??Cathay dives to 2016 operating loss on competition woes
  190. Russian Helicopters launches new light single
  191. Alaska announces six more routes from San Diego
  192. EU-US open skies may not apply to UK post-Brexit: government
  193. Gripen E on target for debut flight in second quarter
  194. Looting hampered Dana MD-83 crash response
  195. JetBlue launches fleet review with E190 cost concerns
  196. ‚??Singapore‚??s Heron 1 achieves FOC
  197. Singapore's Heron UAV hits full capability
  198. Strike costs hit Lufthansa's 2016 result
  199. Investigators detail A330's short landing at Cologne
  200. Skylark 3 enters operational testing
  201. F-35 firing boosts ASRAAM sales prospects
  202. Trump budget proposal seeks to remove ATC from the FAA
  203. US Air Force to release OA-X invitation this week
  204. Trump's skinny budget proposes fat defence spending
  205. Southwest unveils first 737 Max routes
  206. PICTURE: Rex Saab 340 lands safely after losing propeller
  207. ‚??Bomber passes two preliminary design reviews
  208. OPINION: Why size matters for '797X' project
  209. BOC Aviation orders two more A320ceos
  210. ‚??Boeing secures $3.4 billion deal for 268 AH-64Es
  211. IAG brands new long-haul A330 budget carrier 'Level'
  212. Royal Navy Lynx HMA8 fleet bows out of service
  213. ANALYSIS: IAG's Level goes head-to-head with Norwegian
  214. Flight Ascend Consultancy raises questions on MoM
  215. Israel continues talks over additional F-15s
  216. PICTURE: Chile's Sky launches new livery
  217. Gulfstream sells G550 to Beijing 999
  218. Fatalities reported in South Sudan turboprop crash
  219. Embraer flies fourth E190-E2 flight test prototype
  220. United to retire 747 in October
  221. ANALYSIS: Vega needn't thank its lucky stars
  222. ‚??DARPA narrows down Gremlins competition
  223. Royal Jordanian reports new electronics ban on US flights
  224. Third Cessna Citation Longitude enters flight-test
  225. ‚??ANALYSIS: Can the A350-1000 live up to Airbus‚??s expectations?
  226. Tecnam founder and president Luigi Pascale passes away
  227. Malindo Air named as 737 Max launch operator
  228. Missing Rex Saab 340 propeller located
  229. When it comes to staff shortages, don‚??t forget the cabin crew
  230. Tecnam delivers 200th P2006T to Poland's Bartolini Air
  231. Russia developing unmanned Forpost-M
  232. Leonardo fears US domestic politics will scupper T-X bid
  233. Lisa prepares second Akoya prototype for flight testing
  234. ANALYSIS: US electronics ban to affect 18,000 daily passengers
  235. ‚??Lockheed and NASA move toward design review for supersonic X-plane
  236. ‚??LIMA: Mixed signals around MRCA fighter deal
  237. Boeing sets 31 March for 787-10 first flight
  238. ‚??USAF calls plans to retire F-15s "pre-decisional"
  239. UK transport secretary defends contentious electronics ban
  240. Electronics ban may 'alter global traffic flows': JP Morgan
  241. Alaska to retire Virgin America brand in 2019
  242. France launches F4-standard Rafale development
  243. Poland shoots down used F-16A/B acquisition
  244. EBAA appoints Brandon Mitchener as its chief executive
  245. VIDEO: CSeries completes London City airport validation flights
  246. ‚??Compass Call cross-deck continues despite Bombardier protest
  247. KC-46 costs come down but delays loom
  248. INSIGHT FROM FLIGHTGLOBAL: LCCs ascending in the land of the Rising Sun
  249. Iran Air receives second A330
  250. Crashed 747's crew aware of excessive height: inquiry