The 787 Dreamliner will take to the sky today for the first time in weeks, as Boeing begins flight testing their modifications to the battery system. The flight, Boeing 272, is scheduled to take off from Paine Field in Everett, conduct a one and a half hour flight test, and then return to Paine Field. […]
The National Transportation Safety Board announced today that they have pinpointed the origin of the January 7th battery fire on a JAL Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Boston to single cell which short circuited and spread to other cells. The nations top safety regulators further announced that the investigation would turn toward scrutinizing the design, certification, […]
Some much needed good news was delivered by Boeing, yesterday, as they announced that the rate of production of the 737 has been increased to 38 airplanes per month. Over the past two years, the Next-Generation 737 has seen its production increased by more than 20 percent, from just over 31 per month, to the […]
European aircraft maker Airbus is wary that problems which have grounded rival Boeing’s 787 could also delay the launch of the A350.
All Nippon Airways will ground its entire fleet of 787 Dreamliners after one of their planes made an emergency landing in Japan Wednesday.
Plane leasing company BOC Aviation has ordered 50 medium-haul Airbus A320 family jets, including 25 more fuel-efficient neo aircraft.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Aircraft on Thursday announced it had signed a deal with SkyWest for 100 MRJ90 aircraft.
Airbus’s first flyable A350 XWB test aircraft has rolled out of the main assembly building in Toulouse and into a testing hangar.
VistaJet has placed a firm order for 56 aircraft from Bombardier marking the largest sale in the history of the Canadian manufacturer.
Boeing will convert three 767-300ER passenger aircraft to freighters for Guggenheim Aviation Partners.
Boeing on Wednesday confirmed that United Airlines will face delays to its upcoming Boeing 787 Dreamliner deliveries.
Bankrupt business jet builder Hawker Beechcraft said Thursday that negotiations to sell its operations to a Chinese firm have collapsed.
United Airlines has become the first North American carrier to take delivery of a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.
The Addis Ababa-based airline cut the ribbon in front of their first 787 aircraft dubbed “Africa First.”
Ethiopian Airlines next Tuesday will become the first non-Japanese airline to fly the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.