In the middle of sweeping up awards, the head of Lufthansa talks about the Boeing 737 MAX and how his airline group views related issues.
The airframer’s priority is rebuilding confidence in the 737 MAX as software and training updates are evaluated.
Underlying trends driving A&D M&A are expected to make 2019 another healthy year of deal-making, albeit smaller and more esoteric deals.
Air navigation service providers begin space-based ADS-B trial.
UTC’s new advanced-projects organization takes on its first challenge: hybridize a Dash 8 regional airline and create a retrofit market.
Concerned with too much variation in pilot training, Airbus forms its own ab initio program.
Beyond bolstering state coffers, airport privatization—in theory at least—may benefit both passengers and airlines.
Chinese travel giant UTour sees Air Belgium as an extension of a strong and growing European tour business it has been conducting by chartering aircraft.
After delays, Erickson’s S-64 composite blade retrofit flight-test program is picking up pace and getting closer to certification.
The delay and quality issues that have marred the cabin equipment industry for a few years may soon be history, but OEMs are raising the bar on quality.