Bombardier and Airbus could have a final assembly line in the U.S. up and running within a year of a go-ahead, but it remains undecided where Delta C Series jets ordered will be produced.
The PD-14 turbofan engine secured its place under the wing of the Irkut MC-21 narrowbody airliner. Russia’s largest carrier, Aeroflot, plans to equip half of its future MC-21 fleet with the Russian powerplants.
The agreement covers 620 aircraft over 17 years and will offer Lion Air Group’s growing fleet an industry-leading APU with high reliability.
The Philippine Department of National Defense has purchased 16 Bell 412EPI helicopters, it was announced here at the Singapore Airshow.
Singapore Component Solutions is the name of the new joint venture MRO between AFI KLM E&M and Sabena Technics.
Rockwell Collins is talking up Japan Airlines’ deployment of its ARINC AviNet Airport network solution at 51 of its domestic and international airport locations.
Lufthansa Technik and the U.S. component manufacturer Crane Aerospace & Electronics have teamed together for component supply for Asia-Pacific Europe, the Near and Middle East and Africa, and Europe.
Elbe Flugzeugwerke has secured a launch contract from Luxembourg-based Vallair Solutions Sàrl for its Airbus A321 P2F/passenger-to-freighter conversions.
The civil helicopter market in China is less skewed toward the oil and gas sector than Southeast Asia’s helicopter market, and last year posted the strongest fleet growth in the region.
Aircraft lessor BOC Aviation has selected Pratt & Whitney geared turbofans to power its order for 12 total Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft.