News and issues concerning aerospace companies, including formations, acquisitions, mergers and financials; and announcements of significant aircraft sales, delivery statistics and personnel appointments.
The National Air Transportation Association believes a new NPRM on the issue of federal excise taxes on aircraft management services is imminent.
Airbus has now flown its full complement of flight test aircraft.
NASA aeronautics researchers are presenting their work on how people on the ground perceive low sonic booms.
A quarter of exhibitors at this year’s Farnborough air show are first-timers, but that’s not all that’s new about the event.
There is nothing traditional about this recovery.
As engines become quieter, the aerodynamic noise created by disturbed airflow around the aircraft itself makes up more of the overall noise signature.
European trade ministers have backed a new World Trade Organisation complaint over money offered to keep Boeing production in Washington.
Boeing's 787-9 has benefitted from what company executives describe as "learnings" from the 787-8 program.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has moved an MRJ static test airframe to its testing station.
The all-composite, electric E-Fan training aircraft is a technology experimental demonstrator.