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Boeing hasn’t finished inspecting parts of the tail sections of flight-test and production 787 Dreamliners, several weeks after the Chicago-based aerospace
Cathay Pacific Airways has signed a letter of intent with Airbus covering 30 <link news/single-news-page/article/airbus-keeps-a350xwb-on-the-787s-tail-2541
Airbus will raise the monthly production rate of its A320-family aircraft to 38 per month in August 2011 and to 40 per month in first quarter 2012, the com
A quick turnaround in aerospace and defense is unlikely, since the industries still face huge challenges, according to business advisor AlixPartners.
Airbus has is progressing with construction of its new 160,000-square-foot A350 XWB fuselage-assembly hangar at its German factory in Hamburg.
Forget the two-and-a-half years of delays and the speculation about it not making it to Farnborough International Airshow.
People generally leave major international airshows exhausted after a week spent traipsing around vast sites trying to get an unrealistic amount of work do
For French aerospace industry association GIFAS the crisis year of 2009 was a “year of resilience” and 2010 is “a year of transition,” with air traffic inc
Mubadala Aerospace is positioning itself as a tier-one supplier of large composite structures to Airbus or Boeing for future single-aisle aircraft as
<strong>Michelin Inks 425-Aircraft Tire Deal</strong><br />Tire manufacturer Michelin has signed two 10-year contracts with Air France and KLM to provide t