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Appointments come as Cirrus readies for certification and deliveries of its single-engine Vision jet.
Phenom 300 deliveries helped improve Embraer's second quarter, but shipments are still down on the year.
European company will partner with the Mahindra Group to compete with American and Russian OEMs for hundreds of orders.
The U.S. Navy awarded the joint venture a $332.5 million contract modification to deliver five MV-22 Osprey tiltotors.
C1, the second of three conforming flight-test SF50s, is currently being outfitted with the ballistic recovery system.
Paris drop-outs are among many aerospace companies that will be present at two major events in the UK this year.
now operates a combined fleet of more than 250 business aircraft, including 18 Embraer Legacy 600/650s.
Company won't say if there will be delays, but business aviation analyst Rolland Vincent texpects both aircraft programs to be delayed by 18 to 24 months.
The super-midsize Challenger 300 entered service in 2004, while the updated 350 was certified by the FAA, Transport Canada and EASA last year.