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It didn’t take special insight to guess that Boeing wouldn’t meet its year-end target to certify and deliver the first 747-8 Freighter.
Following successful ADS-B deployment at key sites in Alaska, the <link news/single-news-page/article/ads-b-making-life-easier-for-gulf-helicopter-pilots-2
Brazil’s Embraer remains in negotiations with Chinese authorities over the prospect of building E-Jets at the Harbin-Embraer plant in Harbin, China, a comp
More evidence of an increasingly robust single-aisle commercial airplane market surfaced today in Boeing’s third-quarter delivery report, which shows that
Vietnam’s Air Mekong, 30-percent owned by U.S.
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) joined Canadian and Quebec government officials in inaugurating the company’s global flight test operations center yesterday
The sixth and final Boeing 787 to join the flight test fleet flew for the first time yesterday from Paine Field in Everett, Wash.
A new General Electric turboprop engine, derived from the 7,500-shp GE38-1B turboshaft engine, could become available by the middle of the decade.
Rolls-Royce in late August <link news/single-news-page/article/rolls-royce-sues-utc-for-patent-infringement-25873/ _blank>filed a complaint</link> alleging
No one would ever accuse Embraer CEO Frederico Curado of letting ego or impatience influence his decision-making.