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The 787-9 assembled in North Charleston, S.C., will be the first Dreamliner operated by a Korean airline in South Korea.
New airliner sales fell in 2016 but the overall backlog of almost 6,900 aircraft is strong.
Company wants the European launch nations to reduce the penalties they are extracting for late deliveries and performance shortfalls.
The R80 regional airliner still awaits funding, and the N245 remains in preliminary design. PTDI says that the smaller N219 is nearing its first flight.
The first three 787-10s that will participate in the flight-test effort are making their way through assembly and test in North Charleston, S.C.
Four of the records have been set by flights in Africa.
Repeat customer Anutin Charvirakul took delivery of the TBM 930 in Thailand.
From fighters to helicopters to AEW aircraft to missiles, foreign OEMs competed to meet India’s requirements.
The ceremony at Boeing's facility in North Charleston, S.C., featured a speech by President Donald Trump.
The target is to replace Mil Mi-17s, but a new contract to upgrade those machines is also announced at the Aero India show.