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[MEDAN, Indonesia] At least 116 people were killed on Tuesday when an Indonesian air force transport plane crashed into a major city shortly after take-off and exploded in a fireball, officials said.

[TOKYO] Japanese retail investors are flooding stock brokers with orders for a new class of Toyota Motor Corp shares, indicating the carmaker can fetch a good price for the issue and secure a new...

[DALLAS] JetBlue Airways Corp, in the first major makeover of its fare system, will end a free checked-bag perk but offer passengers more ticket options starting Tuesday.

[TOKYO] Carmakers are in for a prolonged "painful adjustment" in China, with production set to exceed sales by the widest margin in at least eight years, according to industry researcher...

[SEOUL] South Korea chose Airbus Group SE for a 1.5 trillion-won (S$1.81 billion) contract to supply air-refuelling tankers, in the government's latest move to bolster air defenses against North...

[BLOOMBERG] Airbus Group SE was sued by representatives of the families of 10 passengers who claim the plane maker is liable for their deaths after AirAsia Bhd Flight 8501 plunged into Indonesia...

[MUMBAI] InterGlobe Aviation Pvt, owner of India's biggest carrier IndiGo, plans to file a draft prospectus as early as Tuesday for an initial public offering of about US$500 million, people...

[JAKARTA] An Indonesian military transport plane crashed into a hotel and houses in the northern Sumatra city of Medan on Tuesday, killing at least 30 people, an official said.

[TOKYO] Osamu Suzuki, the longest-serving leader of any major global automaker, will cede his title as president of Suzuki Motor Corp to his son Toshihiro Suzuki, Nikkei reported.

[JAKARTA] An Indonesian military transport plane crashed on Tuesday shortly after take-off in a city on Sumatra island, exploding in a ball of flames and damaging nearby buildings.