Despite good salaries and working conditions, French companies have yet to attract enough sheet metal workers, fitters and cutters for its production lines.
Relatively stable labor rates, intellectual property protection, manufacturing expertise and growing maintenance services could attract more U.S. aerospace work to Mexico.
If batteries cannot cut it, is hybrid-electric the way ahead?
With the flight of the first multi-engine hybrid-electric aircraft, the combination of electric and conventional propulsion takes a key step forward.
Boeing and others note that while the system is new, emergency procedures did not change.
In spite of the draft withdrawal agreement, huge uncertainty remains for aviation
In spite of the draft withdrawal agreement, huge uncertainty remains for aviation in general as Brexit deadline approaches.
By October, 17 months after the first flight, two C919s had flown for less than 150 hr. The program reportedly needs a total of 4,200 hr.
Two key providers of ACARS are at the forefront of rendering it capable of taking advantage of greater internet capacity.
Interactive options take another step on the ever evolving road to keeping airline passengers entertained during flights.
Ingram stresses continuity as he prepares to take over as Hawaiian CEO
Hawaiian CEO Mark Dunkerley is retiring after 15 years in leadership roles, although his successor Peter Ingram stresses there will be no change in direction.
Two high-profile candidates are in the running to take over sales for Airbus
Tom Enders has a tough choice to make in replacing legendary sales chief John Leahy.