The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is sending an investigator to Japan to assist with the probe into the Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 787-8 battery incident that occurred Jan. 14 at Tokyo Narita Airport.
The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is sending an investigator to Japan to assist with the probe into the Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 787-8 battery incident that occurred Jan. 14 at Tokyo Narita Airport....More
Japan Airlines (JAL) said a “main battery failure occurred” on one of its Boeing 787-8s parked at Tokyo Narita Airport on Tuesday. The airline reported that “white smoke” was seen in the incident, which resulted in no injuries....More
Air France’s recent unveiling in Paris of a new coach class seat and other onboard enhancements is emblematic of the airline’s long-term strategic plan to better compete against domestic and international carriers in a tough operating environment....More
UK air navigation services provider NATS has signed a data services agreement (DSA) with satellite based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) provider Aireon for ADS-B surveillance data across the North Atlantic....More
The airline industry is calling for a greater role in the deployment of the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research (SESAR) project because it is ultimately responsible for footing the investment bill....More
Software goliath Microsoft is eying the commercial aviation software business as a “really important market,” according to Matt Muta, the global managing director of the company’s Hospitality & Travel unit....More