Just having major operations within one state did not seem to tip the scale in PwC’s aerospace manufacturing attractiveness rankings. But one state has it all.
Most aerostructures segment suppliers are insulated by a short-term contract guaranteeing a higher production rate.
After surveying the industry with a request for information, Craic issues RFP for CR929 landing gear. UTAS chose not to move beyond that first stage.
With its first 787 delivery three years away, Hawaiian is already making preparations and considering where the new aircraft can be deployed.
Inflight connectivity is a highly sought-after commodity by airlines and their passengers, but some suppliers are facing a money crunch.
Keeping Canadian passengers from opting for lower-cost U.S. airports will be key to new ULCCs’ success.
Emirates helps make seat selection a more accurate experience for its passengers via an immersive, 3D, online process.
Military and cargo carriers will fly without pilots first, but commercial airlines will follow.
Testing of new flame suppressants to assess their effectiveness against lithium battery fires is needed, the FAA says.
Industrial action by air traffic controllers and airline workers has led to disruptions, flight cancellations and now financial fallout.