Aerospace Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Apr 24, 2024
Wary of the green hydrogen production challenge, industry cautiously eyes growth prospects.
Apr 23, 2024
Advanced battery startup Amprius and battery pack manufacturer Stafl Systems to develop high-performance battery systems for uncrewed aircraft and AAM.
Apr 23, 2024
A reckoning in Renton, Washington, and Wichita is triggering jitters over a potential earthquake across the supply chain.
Apr 19, 2024
A Boeing engineer has come forward to challenge claims made by the OEM on the long-term safety of the 787, sparking a new round of scrutiny for the beleaguered manufacturer. Aviation Week editors break it all down.
Apr 19, 2024
Progress on 787 quality problems is challenged by whistleblower claims of long-term fleet safety risks.
Apr 23, 2024
Advanced battery startup Amprius and battery pack manufacturer Stafl Systems to develop high-performance battery systems for uncrewed aircraft and AAM.
Apr 23, 2024
After a successful 2023 in recruitment, the aerospace sector in France is planning to add 25,000-30,000 employees in 2024.
Apr 18, 2024
Boeing is working to validate recommendations for inspections on 787 forward pressure bulkheads to identify potential problems in the critical subassemblies.
Apr 16, 2024
Aerospace supplier GKN Aerospace is in the final stages of a multiyear restructuring.
Apr 15, 2024
Eve Air Mobility has chosen Korea Aerospace Industries to supply the pylons for its electric air taxi, the first supply deal for the OEM in the AAM market.
Apr 12, 2024
The pair of orders came from Air2E, a German sustainable business travel startup, and Hopscotch Air, a private aviation company based in New York.
Apr 12, 2024
The nondilutive financial support from Invest Victoria will support Dovetail’s development of electrified propulsion systems for regional aircraft.
Apr 11, 2024
Hapster, a company created by four Safran employees in September 2023, is pitching a digital tool to cut a production worker’s training time four-fold.