What happened at Southwest wasn’t a meltdown, it was a burnout
The operational fiasco at Southwest Airlines is a warning to the rest of the economy.
MA700 turboprop resurfaces in China with chatter about a secret first flight
The biggest story of Airshow China may not have been in Zhuhai at all.
Gulfstream loads G800 and G400 into its product pipeline
With a red-hot market for business aircraft, Gulfstream plans two-front assault and bombardment on...
X-Wing comes to light as major new Airbus demonstrator program
Pulling the wings off a BizJet in search of the technologies for Airbus’s next airplane.
Electric is the future of regional aviation, just not yet
An optimistic but sober look inside the realities of electric commercial aviation.
787 suppliers hold shipments with Boeing assembly line ‘saturated’
FAA in early August rejected a Boeing plan to restart deliveries.
Embraer has to design an airplane today for the propulsion of tomorrow
For the first time in aviation history, Embraer is scratching at an entirely new strategic consideration...
Delta variant hits hard, but aviation has learned how to take a punch
As COVID-19 mutates to continue its torment, aviation adapts right along with it.
Embraer makes its case for an American turboprop
Launch is still if, not when, for Embraer’s turboprop, but its new shape is a chance to convince U.S....
Three Points: A reflection on Afghanistan, Embraer’s turboprop rethink, A350’s paint headache
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