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.
Bombardier continues to look for new tie-ups
The service expects to award contracts next year for sustainment of Royal Saudi Air Force F-15C/D, S and new F-15SA models.
Raytheon would play different roles on at least two of the industry teams competing for the U.S. Air Force JStars recapitalization program.
The amphibious light-sport A5 is finally entering production to satisfy orders for more than 1,500 copies of the aircraft.
The Cessna TTx is a capable flying machine, with long range and swift cruising–all without retracting the landing gear.
The Russian service reported conducting nearly 100 bombing raids as of October 5 in coordination with the Syrian army.
Deal for GE's portolio of $2.5 billion in business jet assets expected to close in the next several months.
While turboprops are hardly new technology, the way they are being marketed to a new generation of end-users is fresh.
The U.S. Air Force selected Boeing as prime contractor for the Eagle Passive Active Warning Survivability System.
Testing of the steep approach mode for the Legacy 450 and 500 is done and Embraer expects certification next month.