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Some of this reflects product transitions, such as the new Citation X+ and Challenger 350, both of which were certified late in the second quarter.
Under original business model, Returnjet did not intend to open the online portal to charter brokers.
Committee challenges breakdown of roles between CAA and EASA, and suggests survivors should be better taken care of.
Trials are reportedly taking place at subcontractor Sierra Industries’ base in San Antonio, Texas.
Including airliners, Embraer’s firm order backlog was $18.1 billion as of June 30.
Simulator will be designed “especially for the unique training requirements and needs of the helicopter pilot.”
All 20 current-production aircraft “fit numerous mission profiles,” the company said.
New location will help serve Avpro’s growing aircraft brokerage business in the U.S. Midwest.
Nacelles developed as part of new integrated propulsion systems are delivering improved performance.
After a stop in Paris, Cessna’s recently certified Citation X+ arrived at the Farnborough Airshow.