Boeing resumes 787 deliveries, but another lull looms
American Airlines takes Boeing’s first 787 since May 2021, but handovers will be scarce after initial deliveries.
Aerospace settles into persistent single-aisle feast and twin-aisle famine
Global commercial aerospace halfway through 2022
Batteries are a looming certification challenge for electric aviation hopefuls
Emerging safety requirements for lithium propulsion batteries put a focus on eVTOL weight and...
Boom hunts for supersonic propulsion and a business model to go with it
Rolls’ CEO won’t commit to funding development of supersonic engine itself
Putting the aerospace industry on the couch
A Post-Farnborough therapy session.
Even without flying, eVTOL takes up the air at Farnborough
An eVTOL roundup of the 2022 Farnborough International Airshow
Airbus advances A220-500 strategy around transcon and possible second engine
Two engine options from Pratt & Whitney and CFM may be the new standard for Airbus' smallest jet family.
Rolls-Royce CEO says Pratt & Whitney spin-off ‘might’ guide rekindled collaboration
Warren East said he’s open to renewed collaboration with Pratt & Whitney.
Boeing 737 Max 10 certification testing to slip into 2023
Delta confirms deal for up to 130 737 Max 10s, begins political push for Congressional action.
Harvest & hybrids await engine makers for the next decade
Pratt & Whitney wants a spot on NASA’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator for a hybrid-electric geared...