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As Patrick de Castelbajac steps into the role of CEO, he discusses his plans for building on ATR’s success.
The engine company validates a fix for PW1500G.
An engine failure with a Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan engine in May could has strained Bombardier’s CSeries testing and delivery schedule.
GE names partners for Boeing 777X powerplant as testing proves performance goals.
The Viking Air Twin Otter Series 400 is selling well, while a new full flight simulator is being built to train pilots in water and land operations.
Long delayed regional jet is on track for first flight next year.
It seems to be a question not of if but of when Airbus will confirm that it will develop a new, updated version of the A330, with a new engine.
The company is displaying a full-size mockup of the passenger cabin of its new E-Jet E2 airliner family for the first time in public.
Flight-testing of the new Leap turbofan is about to start.
787-9 debuts at Farnborough show as Boeing challenges Airbus to defend its A350 strategy.