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2014 to be new record year for ATR but 90-seater project appears to have been shelved.
The order by Trans States Holdings is for 50 firm and 50 options for Embraer E175-E2 jets.
The combi Q400 offers up to 8,200 pounds of cargo capacity and as much as 1,150 cubic feet of volume. The high-cargo version can also hold 50 passengers .
GE Aviation is helping airlines to analyze vast amounts of data to better understand how to cut fuel costs and other inefficiencies.
Japan-based Kobe is to provide titanium landing gear forgings for the new Airbus twin-jet.
With the Bauhaus Luftfahrt, Rolls-Royce and MTU, two projects are targeting distributed thrust. The Quadcruiser combines rotary- and fixed-wing.
Japanese manufacturer plans U.S. flight test center at Grant County International Airport at Moses Lake, Washington.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes senior vice president of programs Pat Shanahan sees flow times decreasing in a now stable production environment.
Rolls’ engines gain valuable percents in fuel burn, while development of Trent 1000-TEN for Boeing 787-10 continues.
Hybrid air vehicles could finally fulfill the promise once offered by airships.