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MRJ pilots returned the first prototype to Mitsubishi's base in Nagoya after encountering issues with the regional jet's air management system.
Cessna has been building Caravans in Wichita continuously since it received FAA approval for the type in 1984.
Dassault's new Falcon 8X should be ready to enter service in Brazil during the fourth quarter of this year when local type certification is complete.
In its annual 10-year market forecast, Bombardier sees a demand for nearly 800 bizjets over the next decade in Latin America
The carrier cancelled several domestic flights, reportedly due to concern over turbine blade corrosion of the 787's Rolls-Royce engines.
Gulfstream Aerospace now has around 200 aircraft based across Latin America.
The 13th LABACE show in São Paulo should be an indicator as to whether Brazilian business aviation is turning the corner on its troubles.
A full array of Textron family aircraft is on display at TAM AE's LABACE show exhibit.
Lockheed Martin expects to finish assembling the civil variant of the C-130J Hercules in the next few months and to fly the aircraft next year.
The Piaggio board has replaced CEO Carlo Logli on an interim basis with chief operating officer Renato Vaghi.