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Participation in this year’s Space Conference is expected to increase by 25 percent compared to the 2014 airshow.
Embraer has invested in new test facilities and altered some of the supply chain and suppliers for the E2, but it will handle the same as an E1
A new partnership between Boeing and Embraer will see a fourth platform join the program.
Three new agreements with major OEMs cover parts and assemblies for military, commercial, and general aviation aircraft
Pratt & Whitney’s geared turbofans are still not ready for prime time.
IAI’s Bedek division is set to introduce new freighter conversion options for Boeing 737NGs.
New narrowbody’s rollout a source of prestige for Kremlin.
Gulf carrier is expected to decide if it will still go for A350 after cancelling its original order in 2014.
The BIAS show has grown since the first edition in 2010, but it will in future be held in November rather than January.
Bombardier showcases the advantages of its new airliner during Farnborough demo flight.