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Airbus and Russia’s VSMPO-AVISMA signed a memorandum of understanding today at the Moscow Air Show confirming their intention to widen their activities fro
Boeing expected the 787 Dreamliner to complete its type certification testing over the weekend, pending final analysis of function and reliability data col
Mitsubishi Aircraft’s official launch of the proposed 100-seat MRJ100X will likely have to wait at least another year, or until after the first flight of t
The backlog for Airbus’s A320neo family seems to grow on a daily basis of late, most recently with today’s conversion of an MOU signed in June during the <
Plans call for narrowbody production at both Airbus and Boeing to reach 42 a month by 2014, but the extent to which either company can extend its rates muc
Spending a week at the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh show never fails to exhilarate and inspire, but at the same time it can frustrate.
The general aviation industry’s rebound continues to sputter, according to first-half shipment numbers released this afternoon by the General Aviation Manu
In its first-half earnings conference call this morning, Hawker Beechcraft announced its $487 million in new orders exceeded its cancellations of $80 milli
<link http://questaircraft.com/>Quest Aircraft Co.</link> of Sandpoint, Idaho, introduced an executive interior for its rugged Kodiak turboprop single at E