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Mexico’s fast-growing aerospace sector is here at the Paris Air Show in strength once again (Hall 3 Stand D24), and the latest projections for its future s
Embraer expects to deliver 30 percent fewer airliners this year than it shipped in 2008, and roughly half the number of Legacy and Lineage corporate airpla
As for much of the aerospace sector, the need to make air transport greener is driving much of the research-and-development effort at GKN.
Market conditions have hardly been kind to aerospace these past six months or so, but when a company is celebrating its 250th birthday–as GKN is this year–
French aerospace industry association GIFAS believes the current crisis will be long.
Despite the recession, French aerospace research organization Onera is launching a recruitment drive here at the Paris Air Show.
Bombardier’s plans to increase production of its commercial airplanes by 10 percent this year remain intact for the time being, notwithstanding Bombardier
<br />Ukrainian airline AeroSvit launched passenger service yesterday with the first Antonov <link news/single-news-page/article/new-regional-airplanes/ _b
With layoffs, furloughs, production cutbacks and cost controls, the industry is adjusting to the stress of the recession and the reduced demand for busines
Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner hosted Embraer executive vice president Mauro Kern yesterday at the Argentine Presidential Palace during