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Air Canada pilots rejected a deal that would have enabled the carrier to purchase 32 Boeing jets -- including 14 composite 787 Dreamliners -- after reviewing costs related to the $6 billion purchase and use of the jets. The deal had relied on the union ratifying an agreement struck April 25. The union balked and (for now) the deal is off...

Cirrus Design's 2000th airplane rolled out of the factory in Duluth, Minn., during a ceremony on Friday...

Two America West pilots convicted of flying drunk were denied bail and jailed pending sentencing...

Bombardier Global 5000 set intercontinental speed record from Chicago to Paris at Mach 0.88...

Four new RNAV transition routes charted in Charlotte, N.C., area, AOPA says...

Vickers Vimy has delayed its departure from Newfoundland to Ireland until at least Wednesday...

Former Boeing President Malcolm Stamper, 80, who led the development of the 747, died Tuesday in Seattle...

The U.S. Postal Service will issue a set of 10 stamps honoring classic American aircraft from the 1930's, '40s and '50s, with a first-day-of-issue ceremony July 29 at Oshkosh...

Daniel Webster College is introducing an online MBA for Aviation Professionals, starting in January 2006. More details will be available online this August. For more information, call 603-577-6615.