Airbus collects more A321XLR and A330neo orders from airlines in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Low-boom breakthrough means supersonic transport is ready for prime time, says Lockheed Martin.
The U.S. startup flies a Cessna 337 Skymaster modified to a testbed for its planned hybrid-electric propulsion retrofit for regional aircraft.
Originally due for first delivery in 2027 after 10 years of development, the CR929 program has been compressed to eight years.
The MAX entered revenue service 13 months ago, and airlines have been praising its reliability and efficiency.
Air traffic management optimization is gathering speed throughout Europe, thanks to improvements at the airport level.
Africa represents less than 10% of the world’s available seat miles, but that is about to change, and manufacturers of crossover narrowbody jets are taking note.
Passengers with reduced mobility are lobbying for greater accessibility to airline cabins, but certain safety constraints keep the industry from developing a quick solution.
Faced with size constraints at its production facilities, Airbus rethinks the way it manufacturers aircraft.