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.
Armavia has decided to return its Sukhoi Superjet 100 due to reliability problems and says it will buy a western plane instead.
Nippon Cargo Airlines last week received its first Boeing 747-8 Freighter, becoming the Japanese launch customer for the new aircraft.
Venezuelan national airline Conviasa has placed an order for six new Embraer 190 aircraft with an option to buy as many as 14 additional jets.
A military helicopter performing a pre-delivery test flight crashed in the French Alps on Wednesday, killing six Eurocopter employees.
Boeings and Airbuses and Eurocopters, oh my! Dozens … no … hundreds of photos of the flight demos and static displays at Farnborough.
Tracking orders of the two biggest manufacturers at the world’s biggest airshow.
Mexican low-cost airline Interjet has become the first western carrier to place a firm order for the Russian-built SuperJet SSJ100 airliner.
Air Lease Corporation on Monday became the first leasing company to order the Boeing 737 MAX.
Waving thousands of American flags, Airbus announces construction a new A320 assembly line in Alabama.
Boeing expects airlines to demand 34,000 new planes by 2031, fueled by growth in the Asia Pacific region.
FedEx has added 19 767-300 Freighters to Boeing’s order book, a $3.3 billion move to replace the some of the company’s aging aircraft.
Jim Albaugh, President and CEO of Boeing’s Commercial Airplanes unit, announced his retirement on Tuesday. Longtime Boeing exec Ray Conner will replace him effective immediately.