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UK tier-one supplier continues to absorb the capabilities gained through acquisition of Fokker last year.
U.S. plane maker says there is “no drama” with it’s re-engined narrowbody.
Government support and foreign contract sales have led to a thriving French aerospace industry, with things likely to get even better.
Lots of challenges remain now Ukraine has been cut off from Russia, as it deals with international customers directly.
Brazilian manufacturer says 195-E2 testing ahead of schedule following early first flight, allowing it to focus on further product improvement before EIS.
When operational in 2020, the 370-foot tall structure will be the second highest ATC tower in the country.
The UK electorate's June 23 vote to leave the European Union poses serious questions about the country's aerospace, defense and air transport industries.
The small helicopter will serve as a scout vehicle for a surface rover.
Leonardo-Finmeccanica jointly owns regional aircraft maker ATR with the Airbus group.
More than a decade and several iterations in the making, Part 107 allows the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems for business purposes.