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Bombardier Aerospace continues to suffer from what executives characterized as a soft market for regional aircraft.
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 th
Boeing completed all flight tests required for type certification of the Rolls-Royce-powered 787-8 Dreamliner last month.
Boeing made its plans to re-engine the 737NG official today when it announced board approval to proceed with development of a CFM Leap-1B-powered version o
GA representatives accept the inevitability of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying in civil airspace, but urge their safe introduction.
Boeing and Delta Air Lines today announced an order for 100 B737-900ERs worth $8.5 billion at list prices.
You couldn’t miss it.
The huge, double-deck Helicopter Association International (HAI) white tent with the signature blue logo near the flightline at this
During a last-minute press conference held Tuesday under a bright blue sunny Oshkosh sky, Tom Poberezny announced that he has decided to retire from his jo
<b><i>by Matt Thurber</i></b>For one brief warm summer week at the end of July, the aviation world largely put aside its commiserations about the sad stat
<b>Rockwell Collins Returns</b>At EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, Rockwell Collins welcomed visitors to its pleasantly air-conditioned pavilion to share new techn