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Qatar Airways has placed a follow-on order for six Boeing 777-300ERs, the companies announced yesterday at the show.
A undisclosed “major network carrier” has placed a firm order for 10 Bombardier CSeries CS100s and has agreed to become the aircraft’s first operator, the
Pratt & Whitney Canada (Hall 4, F218) PT6As will power the first civil aircraft certified on the African continent, the company announced here in P
Boeing’s difficulties in outsourcing sections of the <a href="http://www.ainonline.com/news/single-news-page/article/boeing-787-dreamliner-makes-an-entranc
UK-based Beagle Technology Group (Hall 2B Stand G149) has restructured and changed its name from Beagle Aerospace.
The French aerospace industry is still feeling the effects of the economic crisis but its results last year point to a recovery.
Keen to promote its expertise and capacity to help technological developments, <a href="news/single-news-page/article/nrc-canada-bridges-the-gap-25494/">Ca
One of the big changes when Airbus unveiled its market-driven XWB revamp of the A350 back in May 2007 was the new structural concept.
In a large building in Belfast very near where thousands of laborers hammered thick steel plates to massive ribs and fittings using thumb-size rivets to bu