FedEx and Sikorsky quietly begin single-pilot tests for cargo airliners
A modified ATR 42 began flight trials last week in Connecticut as part of an effort to test technology...
Southwest hits roadblock with Boeing & GE as it seeks 300 737s or A220s
Southwest knows a split fleet, along with a split pilot corps, is inevitable.
Boeing yanks eight 787s from service over structural issue
Two manufacturing issues compromised an area of the structure in the rear of the 787 that is unable to...
October brings first prospect of 737 Max cancellations
Uncertain timing around the end of the 737 Max grounding is set to collide with Boeing's contractual...
Airbus set for Paris Air Show launch of A321XLR
Le Bourget launch orders expected to include at least one U.S. airline.
Mitsubishi in advanced negotiations to acquire Bombardier’s CRJ program
The culmination of Bombardier's exit from commercial aviation and another tectonic industry shift.
Mitsubishi faces a rising monopoly as the sun sets on Bombardier
Mitsubishi is quietly, but very actively, changing course with its MRJ70.
China’s aviation regulator orders grounding of 737 Max
China's aviation regulator has ordered the 737 Max fleet grounded.
Airbus and Rolls-Royce plot Ultrafan for A350neo
Ultrafan's likely first commercial application is set to power a re-engined A350 around 2025.
Rolls-Royce and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year
Rolls-Royce wants to move beyond its headaches toward an Ultrafan for A350neo and NMA.