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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.
Honeywell is putting to work storage space at its Phoenix engine campus to add capability to manufacture N95 masks.
British engine maker Rolls-Royce is closing its UK facilities temporarily while focusing on supporting customers, including air freight operations.
The test article, suspended underneath a helicopter, became unstable during flight and was released by the pilot.
Coronavirus concerns nix one the world’s premier aerospace events, the biennial Farnborough International Airshow.
Aviation Job Search is hosting an online job fair March 20, 2020, to help people who have lost jobs during the recent economic upheavals.