News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
In a process to be concluded by April 24, Airbus will reduce its holding in Dassault Aviation to 24.5 percent.
Building includes two hangars for the TBM Service Center that can accommodate eight aircraft simultaneously and storage for spare parts inventory.
Pilatus sold five more PC-7s to Malaysia, but C-130 and S-61 upgrades were not confirmed, and the MRCA remains unfunded.
The Department of Defense lowered its projected cost of procuring the F-35 by $7.5 billion due to reduced labor costs and inflation estimates.
Company retired its last remaining Learjet 60—the aircraft type that its started with in 2004.
The order will take Mesa’s CRJ900 fleet to 64 airplanes.
Startup airline named Flymojo to launch services next year
Piston aircraft fleet predicted to decline, but new piston models will increasingly be used for business.
Nonfatal collision between Indonesian turboprops during practice for LIMA
Northrop Grumman is developing a longer endurance version that does not rely on in-flight refueling.