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.
The commercial aircraft order backlog at Boeing fell by 56 airplanes as the company collected no orders during the month of July.
The first conforming production flight test Cessna SkyCourier flew for one hour 35 minutes on its inaugural flight.
The sale of two Cessna Grand Caravan EXs to the Rwanda Defense Force is made possible through U.S. government grant aid funding.
Vertical Aerospace this week teased eVTOL watchers with a short animation of what appears to be a new tiltwing eVTOL with four propellors.
Daher has selected Elliott Aviation to perform retrofit installs of HomeSafe emergency autoland systems on TBM 940s eligible for the upgrade.
Electric propulsion specialist MagniX is stepping up flight testing of electric versions of the Cessna Caravan and DHC-2 Beaver.
The Lockheed Martin AGM-183A "Arrow" hypersonic missile could be fielded as early as 2022 if development proceeds successfully.
The Armée de l’Air is expected to receive eight special-mission King Air 350s for a range of reconnaissance duties.
The U.S. Air Force plans to equip around 350 of its F-16s with SABR radar to see them through into the 2040s.
In July, Airbus achieved four new narrowbody sales, representing its first orders in three months.