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Embraer, Heart Aerospace, and Universal Hydrogen have joined ATR and Airbus as partners in Air New Zealand’s program to field a zero-emissions aircraft.
Two and a half years since suspension of SpaceJet development, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries cuts its losses and cancels the program.
While calling Turkey “a longstanding and valued NATO ally, the U.S. has urged the country to not become a “safe haven” for illicit Russian transactions.
The Turkish Aerospace Hürjet advanced trainer has entered the pre-first flight test phase, including powering up the F404 engine for the first time.
The Chinese surveillance balloon had been tracked across Canada and the U.S. amid worldwide public interest.
Potential business aircraft buyers who patiently waited out the frothy market will be rewarded this year with more selection and better pricing.
Following nearly two years of trading barbs, Airbus and Qatar Airways have reached an “amicable” settlement on their dispute over A350 surface degradation.
Daher reported that 2022 was a record year in terms of orders for 100 aircraft, double from the previous year, while deliveries increased to 73.
Thousands of Boeing company employees, airline executives, lawmakers, and program luminaries celebrated the end of the 747’s 53-year production run.
Altea, like many other preowned business aircraft brokers, is preparing for a "new normal" of lower business jet prices and more availability.