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Members of the European Parliament have pushed through new proposals on flight-duty limitations, rejecting transport committee opposition to the change.

UK investigators looking into the near-stall of an ATR 42-300 on approach to Glasgow believe that fatigue might have played a role.

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EADS has confirmed that it is to restructure under the Airbus Group brand next year, into a company with three divisions covering commercial, defence and rotorcraft operations

Now that EADS has managed to shake off the chains of state ownership and turn itself into the normal company its investors have long wanted it to become, its investors want it to behave like a normal company

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Under the cover of darkness Boeing rolled out the first 787-9 from the 40-24 bay of the factory in Everett, Washington, in the late hours of 17 July.

Singapore Airlines has signed up as the launch customer for a lower operating weight "regional" version of the Airbus A350-900 long-range widebody twinjet.

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