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Pilots across India will soon see the Shell Aviation sign going up for the first time at a number of airports as the international fuel supplier expands it
Soaring sales of its business aircraft family have prompted Hawker Beechcraft to enlist ExecuJet Aviation to boost its product support network here in the
The wider world aerospace industry will be back here at the Dubai Airport Expo site for the 12th edition of the biennial Dubai Air Show next December 13 to
The strength of the Middle Eastern business jet market is no longer based solely on oil production, according to industry analyst Brian Foley.
Bombardier Aerospace third-quarter financial results, released today, show total aerospace revenues of $1.8 billion, down from $2.1 billion for the quarter
After many months of consultation and analysis, Airbus today announced the official launch of new engine options for the A320 series.
The Air Transport Association of America (ATA) has chosen prominent Washington lobbyist Nicholas Calio to replace <link news/single-news-page/article/overh
ICAO’s two-week Assembly in Montreal in late September/early October covered much new ground as senior representatives from the world’s nations got to grip
Boeing has begun instituting what it called minor design changes to power distribution panels and updates to the systems software that manages and protects
Boeing’s path for further development of the 737 series doesn’t necessarily include replacing the jet’s CFM56 engines, although that remains an option, acc