Crews from around the world will be involved, a notable shift in the FAA’s process.
Aviation Week has learned that design changes meant to provide more cabin flexibility are creating operational headaches.
To achieve a 50% net reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050 relative to 2005 levels, the industry is implementing an array of measures.
While business outlooks have moderated since start of the year, overall growth still is expected, financial analysts and consultants say in latest forecasts.
The MC-21’s customer base mainly consists of government-owned Russian lessors. The long-term impact of Western sanctions is likely to hamper its success.
C919 development will last 14 years after the latest schedule change. The program has begun certification flight testing.
Boeing has finalized a landing gear design for the 737-10 taller than other MAX models, for the same wheel well. How was this innovative design achieved?
Rearranging existing space often means coming up with better ways to serve both passengers and tenants while accepting constraints of an airport’s footprint.
Little old assets in A&D are getting hotter to buy and sell
Boomer retirements may portend one of the greatest gold rushes in living memory: small and midsize M&A.
Boeing and Airbus should review the current practice of air show order announcements
Orders revealed at the Farnborough Airshow have raised questions about their actual status. The lack of clarity is damaging, not least for the manufacturers.