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A revised delivery schedule is still awaited, because of the propeller gearbox problems.
Stemme is anticipating U.S. FAA approval shortly after receiving EASA type certification in March.
Prototype of the S-21 Outbound is still under construction, but details will be available at AirVenture
The French airframer released its first half numbers, which show the impact of pricing pressure, a weak Euro, and continuing global churning.
Last year’s AirVenture star on its way for further high-altitude testing.
Textron Aviation’s profits dipped 9 percent despite an increase in business jet deliveries and 6 percent increase in revenues.
The aim of the project is to maximize the efficiency of commercial aircraft.
Announcements by BAE Systems, a new agreement on Turkish missile integration, Canada’s partner status, and endorsements from senior U.S. commanders.
The company’s low-profile electronic warfare business was highlighted in a Farnborough airshow briefing.
The twinjet will also have an integrated Garmin G3000 suite and flat-rated Pratt & Whitney Canada PW615 turbofans.