If the A380 program is terminated, the real irony would be that an A350 deal ultimately led to the demise of the behemoth.
This year’s winners will be recognized March 14 at a black-tie gala in Washington, when the Grand Laureates and Lifetime Achievement awards also will be presented.
Benefits of the blended 747-8 and 767 production system are brought to bear on improving flexibility of both assembly lines.
Fifty years after first flight, we look back at the decisions and forces that shaped iconic Boeing 747, one of the most important designs in aviation history.
Movement of officials between the CAAC and the industry that it oversees underlines the essentially governmental and party nature of the companies.
Fuzhou posts its subsidy offer for 2019, exemplifying the national habit of buying air connections.
Ticking policy boxes helps Chinese airlines on their way to starting operations. Three new ones will operate Comac regional jets.
As HNA has struggled with debts, cities have upped investment in its airlines. Now Xian is also buying more of a turboprop operator.
Boeing seems to have a popular concept in the NMA, but offers few clues on if it is any nearer to closing the business case for a widebody at narrowbody prices.
The good news for aircraft manufacturers: high demand; the bad news: supply chain lags.