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European aerospace giant Airbus is pushing its growth in the U.S. with the start of production in Alabama for its A220 airplane.

United Airlines and the security identity firm Clear have struck a deal that will expand the number of biometric screening kiosks in airports around the U.S.

Mexican factories sent 1.37 million vehicles north of the border during the first half of this year — making up 16.3% of the U.S. auto market

Airbus caps a relatively low-key Paris Air Show with more than twice as many orders as Boeing.

The pilots union for Southwest Airlines says it will ask Boeing for compensation to cover legal costs and lost income for pilots due to the 737 Max grounding.

Boeing, in the midst of defending its grounded 737 Max jets, says global demand for new airplanes is stronger than it previously thought.

People buying a new vehicle are borrowing more and paying more each month for their auto loan.

Fiat Chrysler and Renault, two automakers looking to curb costs producing vehicles and pool resources for developing the next generation of automobiles, are planning a merger to create the world’s third largest automaker.

The robot known as Digit, designed and built by Agility Robotics, walks upright and can carry packages weighing up to 40 pounds.

Boeing previewed its software fix, cockpit alerts and new training for its 737 Max planes Wednesday, saying the changes improve safety.

New crash tests show pickups with some of the oldest designs could struggle to protect passengers riding in the front seat.

A new report, based in part on the reviews of thousands of vehicle owners, raises questions about the reliability of Tesla’s Model 3.

Elon Musk gave reporters a sneak peak of a demonstration of a tunnel from his Boring Co.

Automakers are warning President Trump tariffs would cost consumers thousands of dollars and ultimately lead to job cuts.

The increase in monthly payments for new vehicles is not surprising given the rise in interest rates.