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The former LightSquared telecom network is accused of GPS interference again, but this time under a new company name, Ligado Networks.
Helicopter specialist Erickson is developing software aimed at making wildland firefighting more effective and efficient.
As many as 21 Sikorsky VH-92As are expected to serve as replacements to the presidential helicopter fleet.
Italy's Leonardo saw first quarter earnings decline, mainly on the civil side of its business, including helicopters, ATR airliners, and aerostructures.
Israel Aerospace Industries said its robot UV-C light unit could move inside aircraft cabins, eliminating viruses and germs from exposed surfaces.
Following FAA approval, Luminaerospace hopes to ramp up production of replacement taxiway light covers that help pilots interpret taxiway boundaries.
Spirit AeroSystems has signed a 10-year agreement with utility provider Evergy for its Wichita plan to receive all its electricity from a Kansas wind farm.
Foresight Aerospace's Sustainable Aviation and Urban Air Mobility conference will include eVTOL program leaders, regulators and technology specialists.
New Seastar starts test flight campaign in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany.
GE Aviation blames the latest furlough on the "unprecedented" impact of Covid-19 on the commercial aviation industry.