Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has delivered the 400th aircraft from the Gulfstream 650 family to a customer.
Airbus has decided not to pursue the integration of Safran’s electric taxiing system (eTaxi) on the A320 family, citing technical reasons and causing another setback for the promoters of the fuel-saving technology.
Guardian Jet, an aircraft consulting, brokerage and appraisals company, has launched a new Aircraft Cabin Comparison Tool to its website and Vault client portal.
Zil Air has become the second worldwide operator and the first outside of the U.S. to offer the nine-passenger twin-engine Tecnam P2012 Traveller in commercial operations.
C&L Aerospace in Bangor, Maine, has partnered with Electromech Technologies.
BAA Training, an independent aviation training center, has expanded its Ab initio flight school in Europe—adding one more flight base in Spain.
Russian Helicopters has received type certification for the Mi-171A2 twin-engine helicopter in India and Colombia.
The second edition of the Saudi International Airshow will be held Feb. 16-18, 2021, in Riyadh.
Stratodynamics Aviation of Canada, which in September set a record by releasing an unmanned glider from a stratospheric balloon at 11,434 ft., is to operate research flights for NASA under a contract awarded to the University of Kentucky.
Lufthansa has begun a long-term trial of a noise-reducing approach guidance technology at Frankfurt Airport.