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Boeing announced this morning that it completed the first engine runs for the 747-8 Freighter as the program inches closer to first flight, expected next
The FAA last week finalized the industry-wide technical standard orders (TSOs) for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B), the backbone of Next
Bombardier’s CRJ1000 program now appears unlikely to receive Canadian and EASA certification before the second half of next year–a delay of at least anothe
Boeing has finished the static tests needed to validate the side-of-body modification made to the 787 Dreamliner, the company announced yesterday.
<i>As <b>AIN</b> prepared for the start of the Dubai Airshow, a rare opportunity to interview a Middle Eastern airline executive presented itself.
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The alacrity with which Boeing assumed control of the former Vought plant in South Carolina this past summer, secured the necessary construction approvals
News from the international airshow circuit can be revealing and deceiving in equal measure.