Business jets now account for a quarter of U.S. flights, roughly twice the pre-pandemic share, according to research and consultancy WINGX.
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The two black boxes from the China Eastern aircraft were badly damaged in the crash in southern China and analysis of them is ongoing, state-run media has said.
From the South China Sea to the Middle East, nations are eyeing "special mission" business jets capable of looking or listening at potentially lower costs than converted military planes.
South Korean and Japanese air traffic controllers operate on different radio frequencies, making communication more difficult for pilots.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., which agreed Tuesday to buy Bombardier Inc.'s loss-making regional jet program, plans to exploit the Canadian company's support network and global customer list to rejuvenate its delayed efforts to conquer the jet market. Japan's return to the aircraft market for the ...