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The FAA has awarded Pratt & Whitney a one-year contract under its Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions and Noise (Cleen) program to develop eng
Boeing insists that a newly identified assembly flaw with the Boeing 787's horizontal stabilizers will not delay service entry of the new airliner, which i
Boeing announced yesterday that it recently identified a workmanship “issue” with the 787's horizontal stabilizers, forcing the company to inspect each of
The European Union's €1.6 billion ($1.9 billion) aeronautics research effort known as Clean Sky recently has gained momentum, and officials expect to see s
CFM International has completed the second phase of testing of the Leap-X core demonstrator known as eCore 1, meaning all three major elements of the first
When Boeing CEO Jim McNerney early this month referred to the Bombardier C Series as one of a class of “regional jets that are getting a little bigger,” ex
Introduced in 2004, Embraer's E-Jet family in ordinary circumstances should produce market demand for at least 20 years.
The June 16 <link news/single-news-page/article/boeing-completes-firs t-flight-of-ge-powered-787-25163/ _blank>first flight</link> of the fifth Boeing 787
The Powerjet SaM146 received its EASA certification yesterday, June 23, some six years after Snecma of France and Russia's NPO Saturn founded the joint ven
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