Long-term future hinges upon finding new production facility—and closing more deals.
House leaders urge the FAA to step up progress on a system to better segregate space launches from other air traffic.
In aircraft manufacturing, if suppliers want to bet on a winning horse, it looks like larger 737s and A320s are it.
Leisure carrier Condor faces restructuring after Thomas Cook’s failure but remains profitable and has options.
Responsibility for installing redesigned fan cowls would fall mainly on operators and would affect thousands of 737NGs.
If parts of the industry are going back to square one or close to it with electric technology, Japanese newcomers may have opportunities.
With the air transport industry trying hard to reduce its environmental footprint, Airbus is looking at unconventional ways to improve efficiency.
Russian Helicopters takes Western approach to developing coaxial light helicopter
Russia’s VRT500 will use a Western engine and avionics as it targets the urban air services niche.
Jacob Schram takes the helm of the long-haul, low-cost carrier as it continues to face numerous financial and strategic obstacles.
Mechanics failed to fix reported faults following several previous flights of the accident aircraft.