T/aviation

  1. Pratt & Whitney Engines Must Be Inspected Before Flights Resume, F.A.A. Says Business, February 23

    The engines on certain Boeing 777s have experienced a number of failures.

  2. Boeing Calls for Global Grounding of 777s Equipped With One Engine Model Business, February 21

    The company said 128 jets powered by a particular Pratt & Whitney engine should get inspections. Japanese regulators ordered that the planes be grounded.

  3. Air Force Training Jet Crashes in Alabama, Killing 2 Express, February 19

    The T-38 was assigned to the 14th Flying Training Wing at Columbus Air Force Base in Mississippi and went down in a wooded area near the Montgomery Regional Airport, officials said.

  4. Learjet, once a symbol of luxury that musicians sang about, will end production this year. Business, February 11

    Bombardier said that it would stop building the plane at the end of the year as it shifts attention to its more profitable and larger Challenger and Global aircraft.

  5. What Made the Indonesian Plane Crash? New Report Sheds Light Foreign, February 10

    In a preliminary report on Sriwijaya Air Flight 182, investigators said the crash might have been caused by several factors, including a problem controlling the engines’ thrust.

  6. 5 Things N.Y.C. Wants From Biden to Transform Transportation Metro, February 10

    Transit agencies pummeled by the pandemic are pushing the new administration to fund projects stalled in the Trump years.

  7. The Hidden Epidemic on Travel’s Front Line Travel, February 2

    More than 6,000 employees of the Transportation Security Administration have contracted the coronavirus. Workers say lax safety measures have contributed to the spread.

  8. Canadian Airlines Suspend Flights to the Caribbean and Mexico Video, January 29

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada announced on Friday that major airlines have agreed to suspend flights to sunny vacation spots as new coronavirus quarantine measures are put into place.