News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
Boeing is investing a further $450 million in its Wisk Aero eVTOL joint venture, signaling its intention to hold a significant stake in the AAM sector.
As Airbus and Qatar Airways prepare to go to court in April over their A350 dispute, the OEM cancels the airline’s order for A321s.
The military training provider is upgrading former Israeli F-16 fighters for contracted U.S. Air Force aggressor training duties.
Following the FAA’s addition of three altimeter models cleared for use near 5G antennas, Emirates restores all its 777 schedules to the U.S.
New approvals from the FAA allow for 62 percent of the U.S. commercial fleet to perform low-visibility landings at airports near 5G towers.
The first Dassault Rafales for the Hellenic Air Force have arrived in Greece, just six days short of a year since contract signature.
Spirit Aeronautics is now able to perform the v6.1 software upgrade for Honeywell FMZ-2000 flight management systems in Cessna Citation Xs.
Piaggio Aerospace extraordinary commissioner Vincenzo Nicastro has reopened the bidding process for the sale of the Avanti Evo manufacturer.
Korea Aerospace will convert four Dassault aircraft to improve air force reconnaissance.
Growth in the emerging eVTOL industry is spilling over to the Vertical Flight Society, which saw its company membership increase by 20% last year.