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News and issues relating to business, aircraft, primarily turbine-engine powered airplanes and helicopters.
Aerion formally launches its partnership with Airbus to jointly develop the AS2 business jet.
As the first two test aircraft are practically assembled, Dassault has been using a cockpit test bench to develop fly-by-wire controls.
Taylor to become chief pilot of Boeing's Commercial Airplane division
Nextant has been flying a PT6A-135-powered King Air to act as a baseline against which the GE H75-100-powered G90XT can be compared.
The specialty Cessna Caravan modification provider owns many STCs for improving the single-engine turboprop.
Gulfstream Aerospace has developed new engineering and manufacturing processes to speed completions of its flagship G650.
Post-merger, Textron says it will stick to its current production portfolio.
Farnborough Airport is seeing the upside in traffic while parent TAG is customizing a 757 for VIP charters.
The Boeing Business Jet variants of the Max are designated Max 8 and Max 9 and have significantly more range than the BBJ 2 and BBJ 3.
Two of the largest aircraft manufacturers are now one under the Textron Aviation umbrella.