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.
The only remaining World War II-vintage Boeing Superfortresses rub elbows at EAA AirVenture
The service has determined that five defense contractors have the capability to develop the air-launched hypersonic strike weapon.
During the quarter, Gulfstream delivered 30 jets (23 large and seven midsize) versus 36 in the same period last year (29 large and seven midsize).
The company sees a market for light M10 in China.
The SR-10 is apparently derived from Sukhoi’s previous work to develop an innovative military trainer and sporting airplane.
Daher's replica of the Morane-Saulnier Type L Parasol World War I trainer took six years and more than 15,000 man-hours to build.
A Gulfstream G550 can fly the JStars mission 'higher, faster, farther' and more affordably than an airliner, the manufacturer contends.
The Canadian manufacturer revived the Twin Otter assembly line and has now produced more than 100 of the rugged turboprop twins.
Russian company expects aircraft to produce a sonic boom with intensity less than 72 dBA or 78 dB SPL (sound pressure level).
The company believes it could be done with work on the aircraft in 18 to 24 months.