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An international aircraft registry went live today allowing airlines, individuals and governments to register their interests in airframes, helicopters and engines in a one-size-fits-all database. Proponents say the registry will save governments and industry billions of dollars...

Retired Brig. Gen. Robert L. Scott, a former Flying Tiger and author of God Is My Co-Pilot, died at the age of 97 in Warner Robbins, Ga. He was officially credited with 13 kills with his P-40 but estimated the actual total was 22...

The National Air Traffic Association has joined the call for federal mediation to try to settle its contract with the FAA. The agency called for mediation in November and the union rejected it. NATCA President John Carr said the union decided to ask for mediation after recent talks in Seattle failed to create much movement...

Adam Aircraft may get a $50 million cash injection from Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd. as part of a deal to take over maintenance and repair of the A500 piston twin and A700 jet. The investment option would allow Adam to ramp up production of aircraft quickly to meet an anticipated heavy demand.