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.
The captain of an Air Baltic A220 narrowbody shut down the left PW1500G engine before diverting to Bordeaux on a fight from Riga to Malaga.
Preowned business aircraft inventory climbed 2 percent across all market segments to 6,324 aircraft, up from 6,201 at year-end 2018.
Airbus is gradually resuming A320 assembly work at its factory in China, but the scale of disruption to the aerospace supply chain remains uncertain.
The Republic of Singapore Air Force will work with Airbus to certify automatic refueling for the A330 MRTT.
With several commercial aircraft absentees, it is military hardware that has provided the main spectacle for Singapore showgoers.
Blackshape’s trainer aircraft at Singapore Airshow
Boeing and Saab are well advanced in the development of the T-7A for the U.S. Air Force and are receiving interest from potential export customers.
The first services for the new JAL subsidiary start on May 14 from Tokyo to Bangkok.
The Pentagon decided not to completely retire the A-10, B-1, KC-10, and U-2 after all.
Satellite flight tracking service Spidertracks is launching a new generation of hardware—Spider X.