Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Michael Bruno
Financial analysts and industry observers respond to the news that Spirit AeroSystems is mulling some kind of sale, including to Boeing and Airbus.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lori Ranson
The ULCC is mitigating the inspections' effects though aircraft lease extensions, taking contracted deliveries of new aircraft, and sourcing interim capacity.
Airlines & Lessors

By Matthew Fulco
The environment for mergers and acquisitions in the aerospace and defense sector is improving amid a decrease in the cost of capital, experts say.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By William Garvey
With pandemic delays, production halts and divestitures over, the Schweizer 300C/CBi will “start growing.”
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
The country’s ministers, engineers and industry leaders have waited almost 14 years for the 13-min. first flight of the prototype Kaan on Feb. 21.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
An airline operator pre-working group will guide plans for the commercial blended wing body as subscale flight tests pave way for a multirole demonstrator.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jens Flottau
MTU Aero Engines continues to seek financial compensation from its partner Pratt & Whitney after GTF-related costs led to the German company's first ever loss.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Sergio Cecutta
Analysis of past type certification efforts shows that current timelines for eVTOL startups are far too optimistic.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Kevin Michaels
Every dollar of aircraft production underpins at least another dollar of supplier activity in all tiers.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Matthew Fulco
The aviation sector is facing a slew of engine related challenges, from tight supply to high prices .
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lori Ranson
The Mexican ULCC believes inspections of GTF engines will extend into 2026 despite the powerplant’s manufacturer Pratt & Whitney increasing shop capacity.
Airlines & Lessors

By Antoine Fafard
Boeing was the top revenue generator among the major aerospace companies in 2023 but was also the only Top 10 company to report a net loss.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Thierry Dubois
Leonardo, ATR’s parent company with Airbus, expects a faster production cycle and fewer technical inefficiencies.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Tony Osborne
Offshore helicopter industry leaders tell Aviation Week about the challenges they face as growth returns after a prolonged downturn.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
Collaboration defines the operational role of a new class of autonomous combat systems as well a new model for foreign industry partners.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Irene Klotz
Fully funded and hardware-rich, Blue Origin readies for orbital operations.
Commercial Space

By Jens Flottau, Guy Norris, Chen Chuanren, Christine Boynton, Joe Anselmo
Comac presented the C919 at an international air show for the first time. It is likely the first step in a long journey to commercial success abroad.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick
The Aviation Supply Chain Integrity Coalition (ASCIC) is starting with a 90-day review of current supply chain operations.
Supply Chain

By Sean Broderick
Some Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines undergoing required checks for cracking in certain parts are getting new, full-life components installed during the visits.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
Despite losing the energy market, Airbus has sold about 100 H225s in five years and aims to repeat that before the turn of the decade.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Mike Hirschberg
Requiring manufacturers to pay a third of the cost and then suddenly canceling a program results in hundreds of millions of dollars in lost funding.
Supply Chain

By Guy Norris
JetZero says it is poised to begin flight tests of a subscale version of its full-scale blended wing body multirole demonstrator in the next few weeks.
Singapore Airshow

By Jens Flottau, Joe Anselmo
Embraer plans to make a decision “in a couple of years” about where to put its resources for a next aircraft development program, CEO Francisco Gomes Neto says.
Singapore Airshow

By Irene Klotz
A New Glenn test vehicle was rolled out from Blue Origin’s Integrated Test Facility on Feb. 21 for a launchpad tanking test.
Commercial Space

By Irene Klotz
“We can go dramatically faster,” says new Blue Origin CEO Dave Limp.
Commercial Space