News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
Boeing B-1Bs bombers are slated to become carriers for large hypersonic missiles such as the Lockheed Martin AGM-183A ARRW.
Brazil's ANAC aviation authority is adopting FAA's airworthiness directive to allow the Boeing 737 Max airline to resume operations.
Gulfstream Aerospace president Mark Burns said the company continues to invest in supersonic R&D, but believes the market is 10 years away.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge singed off for One Aviation's Chapter 11 exit via asset sales to AML Global Eclipse and Nautical Hero Group.
The Gulfstream G700 has completed most of the required tests for certification and now is conducting avionics trials.
Spire Global will provide detailed weather forecasting that will be used to optimize flight planning as part of Aerion's AS2 "Boomless Cruise" technology.
GE Aviation expects to begin ground testing of the Catalyst turboprop engine on a King Air flying test bed in early December.
India’s Mahindra Aerospace has shuttered its GippsAero subsidiary in Australia that had manufactured the GA8 Airvan.
There were a number of candidates for new turboprops in this year's Top Flight Awards.
Technology continues to advance in the business jet market as seen in these Top Flight Awards nominees.