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The first deliverable copy of the MC-21 will feature Russian-made composites in its wings.
EASA describes the Israeli-Hamas conflict as a “matter of high concern for commercial aviation.”
The FAA approved a pair of Service Bulletins detailing repair procedures for the Boeing 737 Max’s electrical bonding panels.
Seventeen E175s will enter service with partners Horizon Air and SkyWest starting in 2022 and 13 more 737 Max 9s will enter the mainline in 2023 and 2024.
The Paris Court of Appeals on Wednesday referred the case stemming from the 2009 Air France crash of an Airbus A330 to the French criminal court.
A modernized assembly line will allow for more capacity flexibility for the Airbus A320 and A321.
Starting on June 1 sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will be available at Germany’s Munich Airport.
Along with delivering 17 airplanes during April, Boeing saw its third straight month of positive net order totals.
The 50-50 joint venture between ST Engineering and Tamasek will focus on narrowbody P2F conversions.
The electric propulsion specialist has demonstrated an inverter that it says will support a 2 MW motor with hybrid-electric, electric or hydrogen power.