Business Aviation Operators Aim For SAF Boost 

By Helen Massy-Beresford May 21, 2023
Demand for sustainable aviation fuel is growing within the business aviation sphere, with securing supply still the real challenge.

Bombardier Set To Update EcoJet Bizjet Study At EBACE

By Guy Norris May 21, 2023
Bombardier has been flight testing sub-scale versions of its blended wing body configuration dubbed the EcoJet.

Embraer Sees Steady Sales, Upgauging

By Lee Ann Shay May 18, 2023
NetJets is scheduled to receive its first Praetor 500 in 2025.

Forecast: European Bizav Fleet To Expand 3.4% Per Year Over Decade

By Molly McMillin May 18, 2023
By manufacturer, Textron Aviation is forecast to deliver the most aircraft in Europe over the 10-year-period with about 25% of the total deliveries.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Flight Friday: Has The Business Aviation Bubble Burst?

By Daniel Williams May 18, 2023
The business aviation sector has been one of the few bright stars of the pandemic, and we have seen some of that utilization begin to fall and then plateau over
Business Aviation

Bombardier: Product Declarations Play Key Role In Sustainable Choices

By Molly McMillin May 16, 2023
Ultimately, Bombardier plans to complete EPDs on all its jets by 2025.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Textron Aviation To Add Citation CJ3+/M2 Simulator In Europe

By Molly McMillin May 15, 2023
The simulator will be ready for training in January 2025, the company says.
Maintenance & Training

Vast, SpaceX Plan Commercial Space Station As Soon As 2025

By Garrett Reim May 10, 2023
Vast and SpaceX plan to launch a commercial space station, named Haven-1, as soon as August 2025.
Commercial Space

Beechcraft Denali Faces Delays, Adds New Garmin Autoland Feature

By Molly McMillin May 08, 2023
Textron Aviation’s clean-sheet Beechcraft Denali turboprop single will now come equipped with the Garmin Autoland system.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Life After Learjet: Bombardier’s Wichita Facility Looks To Grow

By Molly McMillin May 05, 2023
A year has passed since Bombardier designated its Wichita site as its U.S. headquarters following the halt of Learjet production. 
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Pilot Recruitment, Retention Pose Pricey AAM Questions, Panel Says

By Angus Batey May 01, 2023
Who those people will be, and how they will be recruited, trained and retained were among the topics addressed during a panel discussion.
Advanced Air Mobility

Experts Say Aircraft Progress Outpacing Ecosystem Development

By Angus Batey Apr 27, 2023
With more aircraft progressing toward certification, infrastructure is becoming the dominant preoccupation of the AAM and electric aviation industry.
Advanced Air Mobility

Lunar Terrain Vehicle Bidders Detail Concepts As Contest Heats Up

By Guy Norris Apr 21, 2023
Contenders take different approaches to challenges of lunar rover design as NASA contest nears new stage.

Astroport Space Starts European Subsidiary

By Michael Bruno Apr 20, 2023
Astroport Space Technologies, a startup developing a system of baking Moon dust into lunar roads and rocket pads, has partnered with Interflight Global Europe.
Commercial Space

SDA Negotiating With FAA For Limited Datalink Tests

By Brian Everstine Apr 20, 2023
The Space Development Agency is negotiating with the FAA for temporary approval to test broadcasting Link 16 datalink from its recently launched satellites.

U.S. Space Force Launching Five Institutes To Advance R&D

By Garrett Reim Apr 20, 2023
The U.S. Space Force is launching five Strategic Technology Institutes to advance R&D for space technology that it believes will be critical.

Space Force Wants To Quickly Acquire On-Orbit Refueling Services

By Brian Everstine Apr 20, 2023
The Pentagon has tasked the U.S. Space Force to develop on-orbit refueling quickly.

‘Everything Ready’ For Ispace Lunar Landing Attempt

By Garrett Reim Apr 20, 2023
Ispace is making the final preparations for its Hakuto-R Mission 1 lunar landing attempt on April 25.

Video: Ispace CEO Explains Lunar Landing Attempt

Apr 20, 2023
Takeshi Hakamada, founder & CEO of ispace, details his company's plans to land on the Moon on April 25.
Defense and Space

Geostationary Satellite Builder Maxar Sees Market In Small Spacecraft

By Jen DiMascio Apr 20, 2023
Maxar is seeing interest in its Maxar 300, a smaller spacecraft drawn from a bus it is making for L3Harris’ Space Development Agency offering.

UAE Business Community Links With India, Israel And U.S.

By Jen DiMascio Apr 20, 2023
Bilateral business groups from the United Arab Emirates and India, Israel and the U.S. have joined forces to support a new economic partnership.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

SpaceX Marks 'Successful Failure' Of Starship/Super Heavy Debut Flight

By Irene Klotz Apr 20, 2023
With five Super Heavy boosters and eight Starships in production, SpaceX ramps up flight test program.

NASA Picks Intuitive Machines/KBR JV For Engineering Support Contract

By Mark Carreau Apr 20, 2023
NASA has awarded Space & Technology Solutions a potential $719 million contract for the support of work on the agency’s Joint Polar Satellite System.

Relativity Lays Out Terran R Rocket Development Plan

By Guy Norris Apr 20, 2023
Relativity Space is focusing on a rapid test series for its liquid oxygen/methane (LOx/CH4) Aeon R rocket engine.
Commercial Space

NASA Picks Aerospace Corp. To Launch Cosmic

By Garrett Reim Apr 20, 2023
NASA has selected Aerospace Corp. to run the Consortium for Space Mobility and ISAM Capabilities.