50 years after its founding, and in spite of many successes, Embraer is about to enter a new era, giving up control of its commercial jets to Boeing.
Initially eVTOL will focus on niche markets and retain pilots.
Slow market uptake and stretched resources are factors behind Boeing’s decision to halt 777-8 work for now.
Design from the ground up around battery-electric propulsion drove the unconventional appearance of Eviation’s Alice.
Qantas aims to finalize its ultra-long-haul order, then address other widebody and narrowbody fleet needs next year, says CEO Alan Joyce.
Changes are already evident in how regulators will scrutinize aircraft certification.
Billions of dollars are needed to make conceptual aircraft a reality. This raises the question of whether the market will justify this massive investment.
European airlines are likely to face more environmental taxes soon. They are partly to blame themselves that it has come so far.
When Airbus launched the A320neo line, it was hoping to continue the success for some years. But volume and added complexity has had production consequences.
The NextGen Advisory Committee has defined core capabilities for future airliner models.