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Aerion, based in Reno, Nev., is at Booth No.
Minnesota has designated October as General Aviation Appreciation Month, becoming the 17th state in the past year to issue an official declaration in suppo
The next step for the Experimental Aviation Association’s Young Eagles will be to develop a group of integrated programs “that not only spark an interest i
“While there are pockets of growth in the global economy, the market for new production aircraft has stagnated at a very low level,” Hawker Beechcraft chai
Union workers at Cessna were back on the job as usual yesterday morning following a failed strike vote.
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Terrafugia is planning to build its new aircraft/auto hybrid, the Transition, in a new facility in Woburn, Mass.
The annual NBAA corporate flight attendants conference has grown steadily, and on June 24 through 26 celebrated its 15th year and a new name and focus as t
A highlight of AirVenture 2010 was the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the venerable Douglas DC-3, which changed aviation from a novelty to a major
EAA AirVenture, as usual, brought the aviation family together for another week of celebration, innovation and pure enjoyment at Wittman Regional Airport i