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A conflict over the An-124 freighter between Ukraine and Russia puts Germany In the middle.
Researchers at Purdue University say they have a way to measure and monitor the health of turbine engine blades.
APG is offering two new subscription options for its iPreFlight Genesis app.
The pride of the Swiss aerospace industry has reached new heights in recent years with its first jet, the PC-24.
There are efficiency as well as cost benefits to making parts and tools using additive manufacturing techniques, according to Lufthansa Technik.
Advent Aircraft Systems will provide its eABS for Power Brake Systems for Boom's XB-1 supersonic demonstrator.
Setting a clear CO2 target is critical if aviation is to respond and plan efficiently, while no clear alternatives to burning jet fuel yet exist.
High-altitude Hawk30 aircraft is designed to provide global connectivity.
More than 150 new aircraft, most of them electrically-powered and many of them to be flown autonomously, are vying to radically reshape aviation's future.
With a fleet of Diamond and Cessna trainers, Daytona Beach, Florida-based Phoenix East Aviation has been in business since 1972.