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Testing of the core for the GE Aviation GE9X engine that will power the Boeing 777X will be followed by a full engine test starting in 2016.
UK CAA points to cases where as much as 90 percent of an offshore installation has been covered by guano.
The stretched version of the 787-9 will seat 300-to-330 passengers and fly up to 6,430 nautical miles.
Organizations said safe pilot performance during an entire career should be the “common aim” of professional pilots, aeromedical examiners and authorities.
The organization looks to avoid the air transport industry being labeled as an emissions mitigation program cash cow.
Two years after announcing its ambition to deliver small packages by drone, the on-line retailer has released a second possible aircraft design.
New study from Aero Kinetics examines what could happen when a collision occurs between a toy drone and manned aircraft.
Some 500 seat packs remain on backorder
While one company has released a 'SkyTracker' system to protect airports from drones, MITRE Corporation will award cash for further solutions.
Recommendations call for registry to apply to small UAS that weigh more than 250 grams and up to 55 pounds.