United Airlines’ plans to buy Airbus A321XLR to replace its Boeing 757s is a major blow to Boeing that could see the OEM abandoning the proposed new midmarket airplane.
Holding company EDGE brings two PGM developers under one roof, potentially leading to cooperation.
Long-term future hinges upon finding new production facility—and closing more deals.
Northrop Grumman taps into the internet of things to enable real-time monitoring of the health of munitions and rockets motors.
In aircraft manufacturing, if suppliers want to bet on a winning horse, it looks like larger 737s and A320s are it.
The Tempest development concept leaves room for Japan to pursue its own fighter. Conceivable alternatives are the FCAS and indigenous development.
If parts of the industry are going back to square one or close to it with electric technology, Japanese newcomers may have opportunities.
Certification could come in 2019, but service return will not be until well into next year.
Struggling with the A320-family production ramp-up and A321 delivery delays, Airbus bets on robots.