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Volocopter says that becoming a design organization will accelerate the type certification process for its aircraft.
Gulfstream Aerospace yesterday delivered the 400th G650/650ER, some five years after the first of the ultra-long-range twinjets entered service.
The Air Force contract is valued at more than $39 million.
NATO is spending $1 billion on keeping its aging AWACS aircraft concurrent with technology while it begins the search for a replacement in 2035.
With the flight of the first series aircraft for Sweden, Saab now has five Gripen Es in the air, including one destined for the Brazilian air force.
Bombardier is moving final assembly of Global family aircraft from Toronto Downsview Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport in 2023.
UAL expects to take first delivery of Airbus’s longest-range narrowbody in 2024.
Tim Fagan joined Aerion from Bombardier, where he led the industrial design of the largest in-production purpose built business jet, the Global 7500.
Bombardier and Texas State Technical College will train apprentices on Global 7500 wing manufacturing to support growth of the aircraft program.
The Boeing Commercial Airplanes marketing chief perceives a “convergence” of views among regulators over the past few months.