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Judging by figures released at a Paris press briefing on January 20, the waning resurgence of the commercial turboprop market has, if anything, resumed at
Japan’s Skymark Airlines converted a memorandum of understanding for four Airbus A380s to a firm order yesterday, officially marking the first sale of the
Two separate crashes involving Let L-410 regional turboprops claimed a total of 16 victims on Monday.
<br /> The first involved a scheduled flight
Pratt & Whitney announced today that it has finished initial ground testing on its first <link news/single-news-page/article/after-two-decades-of-study-pra
Boeing plans to fly the <link news/single-news-page/article/boeing-starts-assembling-first-747-8-intercontinental-25150/>747-8 Intercontinental</link> for
Airbus entered 2011 with a clear perspective on its main challenges and opportunities.
Protectionists have sounded the familiar alarms over GE’s joint venture with China’s Avic, formalized during January’s state visit to Washington by Chinese
Boeing will deliver Air India’s first 787 Dreamliner by the fourth quarter, Boeing India president Dinesh Keskar said yesterday at Aero India.
When it comes to defense coverage, <b>AIN</b> naturally focuses on airborne systems and platforms, including some very high-tech stuff, of course.
The fifth Boeing 747-8 Freighter took to the air for the first time today from Paine Field in Everett, Wash.