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The first deliverable copy of the MC-21 will feature Russian-made composites in its wings.
After taking delivery of the first electric propulsion unit, Eviation Aircraft expects its all-electric Alice airplane to fly by year-end.
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.
Kansas City-based Airshare today placed a firm order for three super-midisize Bombardier Challenger 350s, with options for 17 more.
After receiving agreements from the U.S. Air Force and NASA, Hermeus has secured a facility to be the site of assembly of hypersonic aircraft.
New aircraft from Dassault, Gulfstream, and Textron Aviation should be ready by the time the business aviation market takes off again.
A modernized assembly line will allow for more capacity flexibility for the Airbus A320 and A321.
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.