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Bombardier Aerospace’s sales force will no doubt feel considerable pressure to boost CRJ transactions over the next month to month and a half, as
Key airspace safety and modernization efforts contained in the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) will play a vital role in spurring long-
Boeing yesterday completed the ultimate-load wing-
The crash of an Indian Navy trainer and lackluster attendance cast a pall over what attendees might otherwise have remembered as a commercially productive
Chile’s LAN Airlines has reached an agreement with Boeing to advance the start of delivery of ten 787-8 Dreamliners it has ordered by three years, from 201
Officials from Bombardier, China Aviation Industry Corp.
The World Trade Organization has finally passed judgment on the legitimacy of more than $200 billion in European loans to Airbus for six separate aircraft
Wayne, Pa.-based Triumph Group today announced a deal to acquire Vought Aircraft Industries from The Carlyle Group for cash and stock consideration of $1.4
The third Sukhoi Superjet 100 (S/N 95004) has completed cold-soak trials in Yakutsk, in Russia’s Far East, and returned to the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Compan
The third Boeing 747-8 Freighter, RC 521, joined the program’s flight-test program yesterday with a successful two-and-a-half-hour maiden mission.