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Honeywell Aerospace’s annual Business Aviation Outlook cites several leading indicators pointing to a modest recovery in 2012.
ATR collected orders for a total of 19 new ATR 72-600s from two customers last month, one of which also announced plans to lease another nine of the Pratt
Boeing forecasts demand for 7,530 airplanes in North America
The expected release in December of a proposed rule governing the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) in the U.S.
Cargolux reaches tentative deal with Boeing on 747-8s.
Business aviation will once again have a strong presence in Dubai this year.
As the next biennial Dubai Air Show approaches, all eyes are on the Middle East, but not entirely for the usual reasons.
Lufthansa’s supervisory board has approved the purchase of two more Airbus A380s, four A320s and one A330-300, the manufacturer announced today.
The crash of a chartered Yak-42 regional airliner on September 7 in Yaroslavl, Russia, that left 44 professional hockey players dead has prompted calls fro