Mitsubishi is revamping its smallest regional jet. Design changes focus on weight reduction, capacity increase.
Over the past 100 years, GE Aviation has grown into a global leader in aerospace propulsion.
Some airlines may try to use the Boeing 737 MAX grounding to cancel orders because circumstances changed unrelated to the aircraft itself.
Industry welcomes Europe’s special condition for certification of eVTOL aircraft, but more steps lie ahead.
Ryanair is transitioning to an ‘IAG-style’ group structure. Will that help the LCC expand while keeping a lid on costs?
Many experts now believe Boeing may not raise its monthly 737 production rate to 52 new aircraft until next summer and it might put off Rate 57 until late 2020.
Contrails and climate; Zunum’s funding issues; Gyroplane production deal ; Fan-in-wing eVTOL; Hybrid forging and printing.
It appears the front-running position to power Boeing’s new mid-market airplane is CFM’s to lose as the airframer starts evaluating proposals from engine OEMs.
The NMA would break new ground for Boeing by being its first airliner to be designed completely interdependently with the production system.
The head of UTC Aerospace Systems talks about his new combined company with Rockwell Collins, pressures from Boeing and the all-digital future of aerospace.