NASA gives Boeing a second shot at reshaping commercial aviation
The U.S. puts its “finger on the scale” for new Boeing jetliner development.
With hundreds ordered, United wonders when its new fleet will arrive
Also United has ‘handshake’ agreement for Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines for A321neo fleet.
United mega-deal sets carrier on a three-decade journey of constrained expansion
No new runways and no new clean sheet Boeing airplanes, as United doubles down on up to 300 more 787 and...
Archer plays the hare to Joby’s tortoise in eVTOL race
Both Archer and Joby have a 2024 goal for FAA certification and two completely different strategies to...
Boeing puts a quarter century between its all-new airplanes
Boeing lays out the 2020s as its homework years to stabilize production and firm up the building blocks...
Widebody aircraft rebound awaits a powerful catalyst that may not arrive
The twin-aisle jetliner finds itself fighting against time. Each month that passes without broad...
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...
Batteries are a looming certification challenge for electric aviation hopefuls
Emerging safety requirements for lithium propulsion batteries put a focus on eVTOL weight and...
Putting the aerospace industry on the couch
A Post-Farnborough therapy session.
Rolls-Royce CEO says Pratt & Whitney spin-off ‘might’ guide rekindled collaboration
Warren East said he’s open to renewed collaboration with Pratt & Whitney.