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.
Long after the manufacturer washed its hands of the Starship, a small cult of owners keeps the radical twin pusher flying.
An FAA airworthiness directive will require the replacement of thousands of Honeywell display units in the cockpits of Boeing 737s and 777s.
ATR anticipates achieving sales growth in Europe as carriers there turn to turboprops to renew their fleets.
With the $2.895 million 550 now in production, Eclipse Aerospace offers the lowest-priced new very light jet available.
Nextant Aerospace stands to remanufacture a significant percentage of the Beechjet/Hawker 400 fleet.
Under the agreement, both companies will exchange knowledge and capabilities in aircraft design, manufacturing and certification.
Dassault has delivered 160 Falcon 900s and 900Bs.
Delivery follows EASA approval for the Learjet 70 and 75 on September 12.
FAA certification is expected shortly and first deliveries should start by year-end.
The U.S. began striking targets in Iraq on August 7, and the effort to stem the advance of Islamic State and other terrorist groups has increased.