News and issues concerning aerospace companies, including formations, acquisitions, mergers and financials; and announcements of significant aircraft sales, delivery statistics and personnel appointments.
Lawrence Sperry’s 1914 autopilot was the springboard for a century of aviation progress.
European trade ministers have backed a new World Trade Organisation complaint over money offered to keep Boeing production in Washington.
At the opening session of EBACE 2014, officials and guests expressed optimism.
Slow but steady growth bolsters prospect for aviation in Europe.
Cessna, Beechcraft and Hawker customer support is being integrated but Hawker brand will no longer be used for production aircraft
Embraer has broadened its product range and is now hoping to cash in on improving economic conditions.
Embraer Executive Jets’ increase in flight activity is attributed to low direct operating costs, cabin comfort and reliability.
Swiss MRO specialist SR Technics has revealed a ready-to-go cabin design, which it believes revolutionizes VIP cabins for Airbus and Boeing narrowbodies.
Marshall Aerospace is rapidly expanding into business aviation sales and support services, helping to diversify this well-established UK company.
Bizav forecasts suggest more flying in Europe, but less interest in purchasing new aircraft.