Nearly doubled the $5.3 million in operating income posted in the same period of 2018.
Spirit will pay US$500 million in cash.
The turboprop, 78-seat aircraft will be operated by Air Tanzania.
The Tokyo-based corporation faces decisions about how much to build its aircraft division.
Ethiopian Airlines’ whistleblower points to pattern of corruption including fabricating documents, signing off on shoddy repairs and even beating those who got out of line.
WTO ruled the US could retaliate over illegal aid that the 28-country EU gave to Airbus.
InSight arrived at Mars last November and recorded its first seismic rumbling in April.
Tariffs can take effect no earlier than mid-October because a key WTO panel needs to formally sign off on them first.
Faulty data from sensors triggered an automatic nose-down push that pilots were not able to overcome before crashes in Indonesia last October and in Ethiopia in March.
U.S. and Japanese governments are expanding their security alliance into space amid China’s growing activity.
Bombardier is aiming for US$8.5 billion in annual revenues by 2020, driven largely by Global 7500 sales.
More than a dozen companies have asked U.S. regulators for permission to operate constellations of satellites that provide internet service.
Shows the Markham PCB assembler operates under a stringent quality management system.
Report recommends a pan-Canadian strategy to better co-ordinate industry efforts.
Judge found merit in statistics compiled by American showing that workers took longer to fix planes and delayed more tasks.