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The U.S. NTSB is proposing to add a Subpart F (Commercial Space Investigations) to its Part 831 regulations covering accident investigation.
Raytheon's engines, aircraft systems, and defense divisions are leveraging multiple technologies to reduce their customers' environmental impact.
The "Future of the Aerospace Industry" is on display at this year's Dubai Airshow.
California’s San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport has just completed major rehabilitation project on its main runway and taxiway connectors.
Boeing, Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Etihad report in Dubai on progress toward reaching Net Zero by 2050.
Saudi Arabia’s Wahaj will provide precision aircraft parts for Honeywell contracts from Airbus, Boeing, Dassault, and other OEMs.
Collins and Raytheon Technologies offer a wide variety of commercial and military aerospace products to Middle East customers.
The SRVIVR25 series voice and flight data recorders by L3Harris bring safety benefits to aircraft operators.
The Visual Detection and Ranging pod for the AW139 optimizes search and rescue operations, helping to save lives and lower mission costs.
Collins and Seeing Machines are developing fatigue-management solutions using eye-measurements to evaluate pilot alertness.