News and issues concerning aerospace companies, including formations, acquisitions, mergers and financials; and announcements of significant aircraft sales, delivery statistics and personnel appointments.
After the successful 2013 edition, show organizers continue investing to help make the 2015 edition even better.
Technology could bring 5-10 percent fuel burn reduction
Every airplane flying has at least one part manufactured in the Midwest city, Rockford Area Aerospace Network says.
The Singapore Airshow is growing its training zone and adding new business aviation and technology zones.
Team Colossus prepares for world finals of global competition that draws 20 million students from 40 countries.
Japan-based Kobe is to provide titanium landing gear forgings for the new Airbus twin-jet.
Japanese manufacturer plans U.S. flight test center at Grant County International Airport at Moses Lake, Washington.
Bombardier’s commercial and business aircraft forecast projects a healthy number of deliveries during the next 20 years, although down from last year.
Exelis is taking on new work in aerostructures but continues to invest in electronic warfare.
UTC Aerospace Systems has won new business supporting Airbus’ Flight Hour Services.