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The FAA will hold a job fair Wednesday in Albuquerque to recruit new air traffic controllers...

Symphony Aircraft Industries, of Quebec, announced last week a cash infusion of $3.3 million to fuel company growth. The company builds the certified two-place Symphony 160...

Air Expo '05 set for this weekend, Sept. 3 and 4, at NAS Patuxent River in Maryland; the Blue Angels headline the show...

A new, not-yet-released report on the Concorde reportedly says safety oversight was inadequate in the years leading up to the fatal crash in Paris in 2000 and reiterates that in seven of the incidents "the fuel tanks were pierced with one or more holes" when tires failed…

A 1968 Cessna 172K, N79008, was stolen July 14 from New Braunfels, Texas; it was the sixth aircraft reported stolen this year. Contact the Aviation Crime Prevention Institute with information at 800-969-5473 or acpiusa@aol.com...

ATC tapes released last week show confusion among controllers and pilots during a near-collision at Kennedy International Airport last month. An Israir passenger jet crossed a runway while taxiing, and an Airborne Express DC-8 that was taking off managed to lift off early to miss it...

The FAA last week said child-safety seats will not be required aboard airliners; the NTSB expressed dismay...

A government decision to spend $1 million on office space for airport staff in Saskatchewan met with opposition, but officials said that was the most cost-effective option.