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.
With its remaining workforce furloughed, a bid to liquidate the former Eclipse 500/550 manufacturer and support provider’s assets is reportedly under way.
ATR operator Sky Express prepares for a foray into jets with an order from Airbus for four A320neos and a lease deal with ACG Aviation Capital for two.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has 27 Beechcraft King Airs with the delivery from Textron Aviation.
Bill Boisture is the latest of a number of a high-profile aerospace veterans who have come on board the Spike Aerospace executive team.
The selection of PPG to provide the AS2 windows formalizes a collaboration with Aerion that has been ongoing since 2019.
The European Union may impose tariffs of $4 billion a year on U.S. products according to a WTO ruling over Boeing aircraft subsidies.
Elliott Aviation has delivered the first of 23 TBM 940s with Garmin’s Autoland system, which is branded by Daher as HomeSafe on these aircraft.
One Aviation withdrew its motion for a Section 363 sale of the bankrupt company's assets to Florida-based real estate holding firm SE Falcon.
The HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier is currently at sea in Europe’s largest exercise, with UK and U.S. Marine Corps F-35B fighters on board.
At a maximum takeoff weight of 251 tonnes, the new A330-900 variant can fly 650 nautical miles farther.