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News from Aviation Week & Space Technology
May 2nd
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May 2nd
Innova Aerospace and its subsidiary Sabreliner Aviation have launched ... read more
May 2nd
May 2-5—IEEE Radar Conference, “Enabling Technologies for Advances in Radar,” Loews Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. read more
May 2nd
The U.S. composite materials industry grew 5.6% in 2015 in terms of dollars shipped, reaching ... read more
May 2nd
Greg Babcock has been named Global Jet Capital vice president of sales for ... read more
May 2nd
World Aero, an aircraft wheel and brake MRO, has received FAA certification as a ... read more
May 2nd
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May 2nd
Tecnam has received FAA approval for enhancements to its P2010, including the GFC 700’s autopilot integration to the ... read more
May 2nd
The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for Kaman Aerospace Corporation (Kaman) Model K-1200 helicopters. read more
May 2nd
True Blue Power, a division of Mid-Continent Instrument Co., has introduced the ... read more
May 2nd
Pentastar Aviation has partnered with SmartSky Networks to develop... read more
May 2nd
Alpha Systems AOA announced new updates to its existing fleet of ... read more
News from FlightGlobal
April 29th
Delta Air Lines has ordered 37 more Airbus A321s, disclosing the deal a day after it committed to 125 Bombardier CS100s.
April 28th
Delta Air Lines has signed a firm agreement to buy 75 CS100s and take options on another 50 of the 110-seat aircraft in a major victory for Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.
April 26th
Transavia will by June decide on its future fleet size and the programme for establishing additional European bases.
April 22nd
IAG is examining the feasibility of allocating a small fleet of Airbus A380s to its Spanish division Iberia and possibly an aircraft with its recently acquired Irish arm Aer Lingus.
April 15th
A six-year-long, on-again-off-again courtship of Delta Air Lines by a series of Bombardier sales teams appears to be nearing a final consummation, with the SkyTeam carrier reportedly poised to sign deals for up to 125 CSeries aircraft.
April 12th
Horizon Air has ordered 30 Embraer 175 aircraft, with half earmarked for growth under the widely anticipated order.
April 4th
Alaska Airlines has been a proud single-aircraft family operator of the Boeing 737 since retiring its last Boeing MD-80 in 2008.
April 3rd
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has retired the Boeing 737-700ER aircraft from its fleet.
April 1st
Lufthansa's planned introduction of the Airbus A350 from January 2017 will further reduce the airline's first-class capacity while the number of economy seats will rise.
March 28th
Republic Airways has reached an agreement with Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) to return 27 Bombardier Q400s to the lessor.
March 22nd
Boeing is not seeing its Asia-Pacific customers focus more on sheer aircraft range, despite recent moves to establish long-haul routes.
March 17th
Boeing predicts that India will need 1,740 new commercial aircraft valued at $240 billion in the 20-year period of 2015 to 2034.
News from AviationNews
April 29th
Delta Air Lines Inc  said on Friday it has ordered 37 current-generation A321 aircraft from Airbus Group SE worth $4.25 billion at list prices, a... The post Delta Air Lines orders 37 Airbus A321s worth $4.25 billion appeared first on AVIATIONNEWS.EU. [...
April 29th
  Pilot training at Airbus Helicopters Training Centre Manching to start in May Final acceptance and entry into service in Thailand end 2016 Donauwörth, With... The post Airbus Helicopters hands over first two H145M to Royal Thai Navy appeared first...
April 29th
An H225 operated by CHC was involved in a fatal accident off the coast of Norway near Turoey outside Bergen on Friday 29th of April.... The post Helicopter accident in Norway appeared first on AVIATIONNEWS.EU. [ THIS IS A SUMMARY, READ MORE ON THE SITE ...
April 29th
– In the first quarter of 2016 (1Q16), Embraer delivered 21 commercial and 23 executive (12 light and 11 large) jets, representing an increase of... The post EMBRAER RELEASES FIRST QUARTER 2016 RESULTS appeared first on AVIATIONNEWS.EU. [ THIS IS ...
April 29th
ISTANBUL, April 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] is set to deliver a record number of airplanes this year to Turkey’s flag carrier, Turkish... The post Boeing Set To Deliver Record Number of Airplanes to Turkish Airlines appeared fir...
April 29th
2016 guidance maintained, commercial aircraft order backlog robust Revenues € 12 billion; EBIT* before one-off € 501 million; Earnings per share € 0.51 Q1 financials... The post Airbus Group Reports First Quarter (Q1) 2016 Results appeared first on AVIAT...
April 28th
(Reuters) The U.S. Air Force on Wednesday awarded billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX an $83 million contract to launch a GPS satellite, breaking the monopoly that... The post SpaceX breaks Boeing-Lockheed monopoly on military space launches appeared fi...
April 28th
SHANGHAI, April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] and China Eastern Airlines today finalized an order for 15 787-9 Dreamliners. The order, valued at... The post Boeing, China Eastern Airlines Finalize Order for 15 787-9 Dreamliners appeared...
April 28th
Radom (Poland), 28 April 2016 – Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa (PGZ) and Airbus Helicopters are hosting a two-day workshop in Radom on the 28 – 29... The post PGZ and Airbus Helicopters launch industrial talks for the Tiger HAD in Poland appeared first on AVIA...
April 28th
Air Côte D’Ivoire, the national airline of Ivory Coast based in Abidjan, has signed a firm order for two A320neo and two A320 aircraft. The... The post Air Côte D’Ivoire orders two A320neos and two A320s appeared first on AVIATIONNEWS.EU. [ THIS IS A SU...
April 28th
Delta orders 75 firm CS100 aircraft with options for 50 more CS100 aircraft As the U.S. CS100 launch customer, order helps Delta reshape and modernize domestic fleet... The post Delta Air Lines and Bombardier Sign Largest C Series order for up to 125 Air...
April 28th
The Royal Air Force’s 2016 Typhoon Display Pilot has told how he has experienced the ‘world-leading’ performance of the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet undergo major... The post RAF Display Pilot praises Typhoon capability appeared first on AVIATIONNEWS.E...
News from CombatAircraft.com News
May 1st
America’s ancient but venerable flying tank, the A-10 Warthog, is on the budgetary chopping block. Congress is fighting to keep it flying, and has laid out exactly what they want to see out of any potential replacement jet. The National Defense Authorizat...
April 30th
Turkish violations in the Aegean continued on Good Friday when a Turkish military aircraft flew over Inousses and Panagia. The Turkish military aircraft violated the Athens FIR when it flew over the island of Inousses at a low altitude at 10:53, 10:56 and...
April 30th
A former Air Force Chief and an infamous big business wheeler-dealer are attempting to influence the Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) to acquire multi-role JF-17 ‘Fierce Dragon’ fighter aircraft jointly developed by China and Pakistan, at a higher rate, an Air ...
April 30th
Russia said on Saturday it had sent a fighter plane on Friday to intercept a US aircraft approaching its border over the Baltic Sea because the American plane had turned off its transponder, which is needed for identification.
April 30th
Next year will bring the first flights of the prototype rotorcraft vying to replace the Army’s venerable Black Hawk and other helicopters. But don’t expect the futuristic aircraft to hit battlefields for another decade and a half — unless their manufactur...
April 30th
Last week, Petro Poroshenko announced that Ukraine's defense enterprises would soon create a new engine for the country's fighter jets. Unfortunately, the engines would still be attached to Russian MiG and Sukhoi airplanes. Therefore, Ukrainian media have...
April 29th
Chronic maintenance problems with the aging F-18 Hornet are hobbling the Marines, leaving them with less than 60 percent of the strike fighters they need to conduct training and operations, the Marine deputy commandant for aviation testified recently as r...
April 29th
US President Barack Obama’s administration plans to abandon the plan to subsidize the $700 million deal to sell F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, a senior US State Department official said Friday.
April 29th
With tensions rising in the Baltic Sea following an incident involving two Russian fighters and the USS Donald Cook, US officials claim that an Su-27 has performed another “unsafe” flyby of an American surveillance aircraft in the region. Two US defense o...
April 29th
China has denied a US request for an aircraft carrier group led by USS John C. Stennis to make a port visit to Hong Kong, the US State Department said on Friday, confirming earlier media reports. Pentagon spokesman, Commander Bill Urban, said another US w...