The hallmark of Karem Aircraft's AR40 active-rotor, winged, compound helicopter is to fly fast.
Bell unveils its 360 Invictus, which is the latest contestant in the Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft competition.
The Army seems to have best of both worlds—Congress backs continued Chinook Block II helicopter production and Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft development.
AW139 has changed the fortunes of Leonardo’s helicopter business and generated a family of products.
Startup Elroy Air begins flight tests of a large VTOL unmanned aircraft designed for responsive logistics.
Uber remains the driving force behind urban air mobility, focusing its efforts on removing barrier as momentum continues to build.
An industry task force recommends the FAA and Transport Canada expedite drone remote identification requirements.
Canberra seeks information on a proven and mature armed helicopter. Bell and Boeing will propose the Viper and Apache, Airbus a Tiger modernization.
UK startup Vertical Aerospace sees Honeywell fly-by-wire as a differentiator in crowded eVTOL market.
FAA senior executives reinforced the message that “Remote ID” is a prerequisite for enabling more complex drone operations that are now allowed only by waiver.