Airlines are being told by regulators in the U.S., Canada, Japan and Europe to check most Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS jets for wiring faults in emergency beacons amid the probe into a July 12 fire on a 787 Dreamliner.
Airlines are being told by regulators in Canada, Japan and Europe to check most Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS jets for wiring faults in emergency beacons as the probe continues into a July 12 fire on a 787 Dreamliner.
Rockwell Collins Inc. agreed to acquire Carlyle Group LP’s Arinc Inc., an aviation-information management company, for $1.39 billion to help expand the aerospace-equipment maker’s business outside the cockpit.
Airline passengers pining for faster in-flight Internet access anywhere in the world -- even over the oceans -- are about to get their wish as satellite operators find success where Boeing Co. failed a decade ago.
Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China will delay the maiden test flight of the country’s first large passenger plane to 2015 from an earlier plan for next year, four company officials familiar with the plan said.
A Honeywell International Inc. subcontractor that makes aircraft emergency beacons will be inspected next week by Canadian regulators crafting a safety directive for the device linked to a fire on a Boeing Co. 787.