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The Embraer 145.

I flew on one of American Airlines’ smallest jets — and now I’m a huge fan

I recently flew on a Brazilian-made Embraer 145, a small regional jet. The 145 is a nifty plane that genuinely impressed me.
The aftermath of a a Pan-Am plane colliding with a KLM Jumbo in 1977, when 583 people were killed.

The Boeing 737 Max crisis could mark a seismic shift for the aviation industry. Here are the other disasters that have changed the way we fly.

Two fatal crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max planes could change the US or global aviation industry in the way fatal crashes have done so before.
In a series of interviews with Business Insider, numerous experts have questioned Boeing's handling of the 737 Max crisis.

Boeing’s response to the 737 Max crisis confused and frightened people, making it hard to believe its apologies, experts say

Experts told Business Insider that Boeing's handling of the response to the two fatal 737 Max crashes has left more questions than answers.

SIA reports 47.5% drop in profits despite record revenues, passenger loads

The dip was due mainly to higher fuel prices as well as costs incurred in preparation for SilkAir's merger with the parent airline.

AirAsia’s plan to launch Vietnam carrier fails to take off

AirAsia had planned for the venture to start services in Vietnam by August this year.

Malaysia Airlines is still well-loved by Malaysians – but not quite by Singaporeans and Hong Kongers

Customers of Malaysia Airlines are most likely married men aged 30 to 44, who earn more than RM10,000 a month.

Scoot now lets you pay for flight tickets using PayNow

Scoot is the first airline in Singapore to allow payment via PayNow.

Singapore Airlines is adding healthy meals by award-winning Como Shambhala to its menu

Unhealthy airplane food no more. Singapore Airlines is adding healthy food to its menu.

Malaysia’s AirAsia falls to first quarterly loss since 2015 as fuel costs rise

AirAsia posted a bigger than expected loss of US$97 million for the period.