Boeing faces a $4 million fine for failing to ensure a supplier was delivering airworthy 737 slat tracks and then not rejecting them once the issue came to light, causing the FAA to issue an airworthiness directive to ensure the defective parts were removed from in-service aircraft.
Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East has cautioned that aviation’s share of worldwide emissions could hit 20-25%, up from around 2.5% today, if the industry does not act quickly enough on sustainability.
Hard on the heels of showcasing its first urban air mobility terminal in Singapore, UK startup Skyports has raised $7M to continue buying sites for passenger and cargo vertiports globally.
Textron Aviation’s layoffs are part of a restructuring plan by its parent company to cut costs and improve operating efficiency, the company said in a U.S. SEC filing.
MD Helicopters announced a partnership with Elbit Systems on Dec. 5 to develop a Block II version of the MD 530G armed scout helicopter with more advanced weapons and avionics.
The U.S. Air Force has recently completed the system requirements review for the KC-46A Remote Vision System (RVS).
A new study by German researchers says more knowledge of air taxis leads to a greater willingness to use them.
As Beijing’s power begins to gain influence around the alliance’s soft underbelly, NATO is taking notice.
United Airlines’ plans to buy Airbus A321XLR to replace its Boeing 757s is a major blow to Boeing that could see the OEM abandoning the proposed new midmarket airplane.
Storage space for stockpiling newly minted 737 MAXs is not an issue, Boeing told the SEC, and the embattled manufacturer has been more worried about delayed or canceled orders for the grounded narrowbody.