The takeover brings to an end Bombardier’s turboprop era.
Nightmarish flight delays underscore vulnerabilities of airlines to a range of operational and regulatory constraints.
The CR929 grew during concept design and did so one last time as its configuration was fixed in June, figures supplied by UAC reveal.
Questions surround maintenance actions in the days prior to Lion Air’s Flight 610, which was lost over the Java Sea on Oct. 29.
Can the NTSB be self-critical enough to identify leading indicators proactively in close-call situations?
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency looks to balance supporting the country’s aerospace industry with enabling new applications for aviation.
Improvements in the economics, passenger comfort and environmental performance of the shorter MRJ version are being studied.
Route fragmentation that is killing large quadjets is also badly hurting medium-large twin-aisles.
The FAA is readying new rules and technologies to accommodate increasing launch and reentry operations by commercial space operators
Multiple Asian legacy carriers are discussing new aircraft orders, and some major decisions could come soon
While some airlines are close to placing significant orders, others are in the early stages of negotiations.