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Navigraph Charts! It’s here!

Navigraph Charts is a software for flight simulator pilots to search any airspace in the world for waypoints, navaids, and airways. Navigraph Charts contains an interactive enroute ...

‘Everyone who died was a hero’: 40 years after American Airlines Flight 191 crashed near O’Hare, families reflect on those lost

The memorial to America’s deadliest airline accident can be found at a busy street corner in Des Plaines, just down the road from where American Airlines Flight 191 plunged to ...

US aviation officials think a bird strike was factor in 737 Max crash

 U.S. aviation officials believe a bird strike may have led to the deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max in March, according to a person familiar with the matter. ...

Louisville Regional Airport Authority hit by a ransomware attack

The Louisville Regional Airport Authority confirmed Monday that files were hit by a ransomware attack. The attack did not impact operations or security systems at Louisville Muhammad ...

Delta Airlines Offer Less Seat Recline

If fully reclining your seat is one of your guilty pleasures when flying, you may want to think twice before booking a ticket on Delta Air Lines’ A320 aircraft. Last month the ...

Some American Airlines pilots are furious about the Boeing 737 MAX secret recording

The Allied Pilots Association grabbed national headlines this week when its president released a secret audio recording, in which American Airlines pilots can be heard asking Boeing ...

Air Canada offers to buy Transat Airline for $387 million

Air Canada said it’s in exclusive talks to buy one of the country’s largest travel tour operators, Transat A.T., for about C$520 million ($387 million) amid a wave of ...

Miami International Airport may soon get a $5 billion makeover

Miami International Airport officials are prepared to spend up to $5 billion on a swanky makeover, according to airport leaders who will reveal extensive renovation and expansion plans ...

Boeing finishes fix for troubled 737 Max software

Boeing said Thursday that it has finished developing a software update for its 737 Max jets, following two deadly crashes that killed more than 300 people. The aircraft has been grounded ...