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Bulgarian unmanned cargo airline Dronamics has engaged FlightSafety to ensure its pilots have the right training to maximize operational safety.
Pratt & Whitney Canada has chosen Switzerland’s H55 to supply battery systems for its hybrid-electric Dash 8 demonstrator program.
The Franco-Italian OEM is also exploring a new eco-design that includes new propellers as part of its drive to reduce fuel burn and CO2 emissions.
Saturn Design Bureau’s PD-8 has completed ground testing in time for flight trials to start “later this year.”
AerCap registers a $2 billion loss during the first quarter due to write-offs of aircraft and engines in Russia.
New York-based JetBlue has filed a “Vote No” proxy statement for Spirit's upcoming special meeting.
In its 16th in a series of “think papers,” Eurocontrol examines cost of emissions reduction measures.
No deaths reported among the 122 passengers and crew aboard a Tibet Airlines A319 that crashed and caught fire in southwestern China Thursday.
Following its May 11 first flight, the new 30- to 50-seat STOL aircraft will now enter a phase of ground and flight testing.
Boeing welcomes Lufthansa as the European launch customer for the 777-8F.