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Embraer delivers 20 commercial and 8 executive jets in 1Q

SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil - During the first quarter of 2011 (1Q11), Embraer delivered 20 jets to the commercial aviation market and eight to executive aviation.

American Airlines orders 2 new Boeing 777-300ERs

FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of AMR Corp., today announced it has entered into a purchase agreement with the Boeing Company under which American will acquire

Embraer delivers 246 Jets in 2010

SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil - Embraer delivered 92 jets during the fourth quarter of 2010, 30 of which to the commercial aviation market, 61 to executive aviation, and one to the defense segment.

Boeing begins certification testing on 737 performance improvements

SEATTLE - A Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 in the new United Airlines livery successfully completed its first test flight late last week, signifying the start of certification for a package of 737 per

Embraer delivers 44 jets during 3rd Quarter 2010

SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil - Embraer delivered 44 jets during the third quarter of 2010 (3Q10), 20 of which to the airline market and 24 to the executive jets market.

Aviation news: more Embraers for the Pride of Africa

(eTN) Kenya Airways has confirmed that they have entered into an additional dry lease arrangement with an American leasing firm to provide two Embraer 190 jets, due to arrive later in the year in Nair

No jets for Rwanda

Press reports in South Africa, reportedly written with malicious intent to portray the government of Rwanda as "spending crazy" have been utterly rejected by Kigali last week.

American Eagle Airlines to introduce first class service on all CRJ-700...

American Eagle Airlines, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, will soon begin first class service on all of its CRJ-700 jets.

Qatar Airways interested in CSeries but “needs to address commercial issues”

DOHA – Qatar Airways is "very interested" in buying Bombardier Inc's CSeries jetliners, but needs to address commercial issues before it makes an order, the airline's chief executive said on Sunday.

Southwest receives FAA’s extension

Dozens of Southwest Airlines planes continue to operate even though federal investigators discovered last month that they were using unauthorized parts.

Bombardier terminates $1.5 billion jet deal

Bombardier Inc. said Thursday it has terminated a $1.5 billion deal with private-jet charter company Jet Republic for 110 Learjet 60 XR aircraft.

Hawaiian Airlines to add 170 jobs

Hawaiian Airlines said it will add 170 jobs by early next year to staff the first of its new Airbus A330-200 jets.

Aeroflot delays delivery of Airbus planes

PARIS - Airbus said Thursday it still expects to achieve its target for aircraft sales this year despite a decision by Russia's biggest airline, Aeroflot, to delay delivery of some jets.

The notion of commercial supersonic flight is far from shelved, despite...

Raoul Felder still remembers stepping off the Concorde without a trace of jet lag after it whisked him across the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound and wonders why there's been nothing like it sinc

Sales slowing for business jet maker Gulfstream

The recession and a negative perception of corporate jets is slowing orders for Savannah-based Gulfstream, but the company is cautiously continuing plans for expansion.

Embraer provides jets to Brazilian government

Brazil - Embraer signed a contract today for the sale of two Embraer 190 jets to the Brazilian government for transporting official personnel.