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.
Dassault is again bringing its 8X to MEBAA this year as it sees a strong market in the region for its large-cabin models and prepares for future growth.
Founded in 2018, on-demand charter provider Planet Nine has added the 30th aircraft—a Gulfstream GIV-SP—to its managed fleet.
NetJets will start to build its Bombardier Global 8000 fleet with a firm order for four of the type valued at $312 million.
MTU, Pratt & Whitney, Collins, Airbus and GKN are working together on the Sustainable Water-Injecting Turbofan Comprising Hybrid-Electric project.
Bombardier Defense in Wichita will perform structural modifications to three Global 6000 business jets for delivery to the German armed forces.
Production of the F-16 has moved to Lockheed Martin's new South Carolina location to free up capacity for F-35 assembly line at Fort Worth in Texas.
The FAA has issued a notice of proposed amendment to prepare the way for eVTOL air taxi services with commercial carriers including United Airlines.
The Eco Caravan made a first flight on November 18, marking a key waypoint in Ampaire’s efforts to bring the converted hybrid-electric aircraft to market.
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk milestone was reached with this week's delivery of five of the type to ATP Flight School.
Jet Aviation began supporting the Royal Australian Air Force's Beechcraft King Air 350s in 2002.