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 first three pre-production Falcon 6Xs are taking shape, and the program is on track to achieve first flight early next year.
CAMO certification brings Zeusch Aviation a step closer to earning its air operator certificate.
Boom's supersonic XB-1 will begin flight trials next year to test technologies that will be used to develop a Mach 2.2, 55-passenger Overture airliner.
From July 28 to 30, the Electric Aircraft Symposium will focus on both eVTOL models and electric fixed-wing aircraft.
Saab’s Brazilian subsidiary will supply airframe components to both Swedish and Brazilian assembly lines.
Bombardier is celebrating the 350th delivery of its super-midsize Challenger 350, a milestone reached six years after the 3,200-nm twinjet entered service.
Embraer's optional Praetor enhancements include an electric pocket lavatory door that can also be retrofit on Legacy 450 and 500 twinjets.
The European airframe maker sent 36 commercial airplanes to customers in June, compared with 24 in May and 14 in April.
Aerion Supersonic has signed a memorandum of understanding with direct air capture specialist Carbon Engineering to explore synthetic fuel for the AS2.
Leonardo announced the first commercial and EMS order for its IFR-certified AW119Kx single-engine helicopter.