Gunmen fired on a Pakistan International Airlines plane as it was landing in the northern Pakistani city of Peshawar on Tuesday night, killing a woman on board and injuring three crew members in the third incident at a Pakistani airport this mon
Pro-Russian separatists shot down a Ukrainian army transport plane with an anti-aircraft missile as it came in to land early on Saturday in the eastern city of Luhansk, killing all 49 military personnel on board.
The toll is the h
Ethiopian Airlines will decide in June on whether to place an order for 30 narrow-body Airbus or Boeing jets as part of fleet its expansion plans, the company's chief executive said on Sunday.
"We will make a decision by
Boeing today celebrated a milestone achievement on the 737 MAX program, surpassing the 2000th order for the super-efficient single-aisle airplane.
With an additional 30 orders from unidentified customers this week, the 737 MAX now
Airbus Group’s E-Fan, an all-electric trainer aircraft made of composite material, recently made its first flight, proving that it is possible to fly without jet fuel, a report said.
The plane can at the moment fly for about
The pilot of a Virgin Australia plane flying from Brisbane to the Indonesian holiday island of Bali reported a hijacking attempt on Friday after a passenger tried to enter the cockpit, an Indonesian transport official said.
Authorities ruled out any link between debris picked up on an Australian beach and a missing Malaysian jetliner on Thursday as a tropical cyclone again threatened to hamper a 26-nation air, surface and underwater search of the Indian Ocean.
A US Navy underwater drone sent to search for a missing Malaysian jetliner on the floor of the Indian Ocean had its first mission cut short after exceeding its 4.5 km (2.8 mile) depth limit, Australian search authorities said on Tuesday.
The co-pilot of missing Malaysian airliner flight MH370 attempted to make a mid-flight call from his mobile phone just before the plane vanished from radar screens, a report said citing unnamed investigators.
The call ended abrupt
Boeing in its latest forecast said the Middle East will require an estimated 2,850 commercial jets, worth $550 billion over the next two decades as the region's carriers continue to surpass global air traffic and capacity growth rates.