Some have argued that cyclicality has disappeared from aerospace. This year is about to prove the opposite.
French suppliers have geared their efforts to meet demand from Airbus, but profits, foreign sales and human resources remain relatively weak points.
U.S. startup Alaka’i Technologies has built a full-scale prototype eVTOL taxi and anticipates FAA certification in 2020.
Since Airbus launched the A300B in 1969, technological advances have been the cornerstone of its success. And that work goes on.
French startup to debut iron-bird test rig for Cassio hybrid-electric aircraft at Paris Air Show in June.
The C919’s turbofan is due to enter service in 2030. AECC is not waiting to finish that job before beginning an engine for the CR929.
A set of small-and-growing defense companies are beginning to make their mark on sector’s landscape.
Airbus and Boeing have been fighting about government support for years. Now it is time for a comprehensive negotiated solution that includes all players.
The French aerospace industry’s lobbying association is pushing for its smaller companies to consolidate for survival.
While large regional jets have been a choice, they did not have the range of new-generation crossover aircraft.