The long-haul carrier Emirates says it has struck a deal valued at $21.4 billion with Airbus, while saying it is sad to see the end of production of the double-decker A380 jetliner.
Corruption allegations surrounding the Indian government's aviation deal with France have the potential to lead to a defeat for Modi's government in the upcoming election.
With the removal coming just 48 hours after the Supreme Court ruling reinstated him, the opposition cries foul, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of sacking the senior officer to steer clear of a corruption investigation.
The bombers' deployment follows Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's visit to Moscow last week in a bid to shore up political and economic assistance.
Indonesian authorities have said an automatic safety system repeatedly pushed the plane's nose down and the Lion Air pilots struggled to maintain control.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi can't seem to shake off the accusations that the defence deal to purchase Rafale fighter jets was not done above board. Can his party recover before Indians go to the polls?
Qatar seeks to lock in alliance with America by expanding sprawling military base.
Britain's best-known engineering company prepares 4,000 job cuts after its announcement that a costly compressor problem that had grounded Boeing planes had spread to a different type of engine.
While booming demand for air travel across has seen the world's top plane makers ramp up production, it is the multi-billion-dollar after-sales service market that is taking an increasing amount of the rivals' attention.
Delivery of the first F-35 fighter jets to Turkey will take place in spite of a number of US congressmen urging the Trump administration to suspend the procurement because of the latter’s decision to buy Russian S-400 advanced air defence systems.
Turkey carries out military operations in Syria and uses arms and weapons that it manufactures domestically. Technological progress in Turkey's defence industry is helping the nation become a major exporter in the region.
Japan has activated amphibious troops, in a first since World War Two, to defend its remote islands against any external threat.
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