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.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson plans to fly the 737 Max on September 30.
On September 24, ZeroAvia made a first hydrogen-powered flight with a six-seat Piper Malibu powered by its new hydrogen propulsion system.
Dassault Aviation's Falcon 6X has won the International Yacht & Aviation Award for interior design thanks in part to its "flowing uninterrupted lines."
Sweden-based Heart says it will have the 19-seat, four-engine, fixed-wing aircraft ready to start commercial operations from the summer of 2026.
Boeing rejects SPEEA claims that it replaced line assist instructor pilots with contract pilots.
Safety and infrastructure considerations present big barriers to alternative power for airplanes, cautions BCA v-p of product development Mike Sinnett.
French airframer Daher has reached a milestone with the assembly of the 1,000th turboprop in its TBM series.
Embraer’s light attack turboprop is expected to join OV-10 Broncos operating in the close support/counter insurgency role.
Tupolev, Sukhoi, and MiG will bring their experience to designing the new jet.
The airframer recently two aircraft to first-time customers in Brazil, expanding its business jet fleet in Latin America to 250.