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The next generation of aircraft must be able to interface with the current generation to prosecute modern air campaigns.
The company is proposing the Raider as a replacement for the U.S. Army's fleet of OH-58D Kiowa Warriors.
Cessna Aircraft announced improvements in expected aircraft range and runway performance for the twinjet.
The company has already trained 27 of the 30 planned crews.
The technology is ready to weaponize, according to a speaker at the recent Air Force Association Conference.
Manufacturers see economy and quality of customer service as the biggest drivers behind business jet sales.
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.