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Podcast: What COVID-19 Portends for Defense, Now and in the Future

By Jen DiMascio Mar 24, 2020
Will the coronavirus pandemic completely change how the defense budget is prioritized nationally?
Defense and Space

Podcast: How Will The MAX Change Aircraft Certification?

Feb 28, 2020
Some lawmakers think the FAA’s certification process is broken. Are they right?
Air Transport

Hainan Province Moves To Take Over Hainan Airlines

By Bradley Perrett Feb 20, 2020
The provincial government of Hainan, China, is moving to take control of HNA Group’s Hainan Airlines, of which it is already a major indirect…
Air Transport

Air France-KLM Braces For Earnings, Capacity Drop From COVID-19

By Helen Massy-Beresford Feb 20, 2020
Air France-KLM said the COVID-19 outbreak would have a negative impact of up to €200 million ($216 million) on its operating profit in the coming…
Air Transport

Qantas Expects COVID-19 To Dent Profits, Not Fleet Plans

By Adrian Schofield Feb 20, 2020
Qantas expects to take a major financial hit from capacity reductions related to the COVID-19 outbreak, although the airline remains on track to make some significant aircraft order moves this year.
Air Transport

Cathay Makes Deeper Cuts As COVID-19 Hurts Demand

By Adrian Schofield Feb 17, 2020
Cathay Pacific has once again increased its planned capacity cuts as the carrier responds to a precipitous decline in traffic due to the COVID-19…
Air Transport

Wilson Returns As Scoot CEO

By Chen Chuanren Feb 17, 2020
As part of a management reshuffle, Singapore Airlines (SIA) reappointed Campbell Wilson as CEO of its low-cost subsidiary Scoot. The appointment will…
Air Transport

PRATT & WHITNEY

Jan 28, 2020
PRATT & WHITNEY earned $340m on $5.6b sales in 4Q19 vs $350m on $5.5b in 4Q18; and $1.7b on $20.9b sales in 2019 vs $1.3b on $19.4b in 2018; it…
Aerospace

Japan To Study Adaptive-Cycle Engine For Next Generation Fighter

By Bradley Perrett Jan 16, 2020
The study is another sign that progress toward Japan's proposed Next Generation Fighter is advancing.
Defense and Space

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS

Jan 14, 2020
AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS has CAAC certification for its 737-800 freighter conversion; it has 111 orders/commitments.
MRO

Podcast: Kurt Robinson of Robinson Helicopter Co.

By William Garvey Jan 14, 2020
Kurt Robinson, President and Chairman of Robinson Helicopter Co., discusses the movement toward urban air mobility, single pilot IFR and electrification of aviation with William Garvey, Editor-in-Chief of Business & Commercial Aviation magazine.
Business Aviation

Aerion Adds Safran As Supersonic Bizjet Partner

By Guy Norris Dec 22, 2019
LOS ANGELES - Safran has joined supersonic jet developer Aerion as a “major partner” for its 12-seater AS2 Mach 1.4 corporate transport currently in…
Aerospace

Airbus Offers Touch-Screen Displays On A350

By Jens Flottau Dec 19, 2019
Airbus is introducing touch-screen displays in A350 cockpits in an effort to improve handling of the electronic flight bag (EFB).
Air Transport

Training Test

Cheryl Heng Aug 15, 2019
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Air Transport

The Week Ahead in Washington

Apr 10, 2019
This week the 35th Space Symposium is underway in Colorado Springs, drawing an estimated 9,000 attendees from around the world.

Selected U.S. Military Contracts For The Week Of April 1-5, 2019

Apr 10, 2019
Peraton Inc., Herndon, Virginia, is awarded a $32,345,388 cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

SpeedNews Defense & Space

Apr 10, 2019
BOEING has $7.7m U.S. Air Force contract for Laser Pod research and development.

Airport Profile — Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL)

Apr 10, 2019
View the Airport Profile — Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL) chart in PDF format.

Airbus & Boeing Commercial Aircraft Orders March 2019

Apr 09, 2019
Airbus and Boeing commercial aircraft gross orders for 2019 year-to-date, sorted by most-recent date of order placement with manufacturer.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Virgin Galactic Pilots, Crew Trainer Get Astronaut Wings

By Irene Klotz Apr 09, 2019
Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo pilots Dave Mackay and Mike Masucci, as well as Chief Astronaut Instructor Beth Moses, earned their commercial astronaut wings from the FAA on April 9.
Defense and Space

Industry Officials Rebuff USAF Sustainment Proposal

By Steve Trimble Apr 09, 2019
A U.S. Air Force official’s month-old proposal to buy back intellectual property rights on military equipment from industry has drawn sharp criticism from two industry executives.
Defense and Space

NASA Calls For Lunar Ascent Module Ideas

By Irene Klotz Apr 09, 2019
NASA has issued a synopsis for a solicitation for a system that can carry crew from the lunar surface back to their Orion capsule.
Defense and Space

North American Bizav Activity Falls Slightly In March

By Molly McMillin Apr 09, 2019
North American business aviation flight activity declined 0.6% year-over-year in March, although flight activity rose 13.3% compared to February, according to Argus International TraqPak data.
Business Aviation

Stratcom Chief Believes DOD Should Pursue LEO Constellations

By Lee Hudson Apr 09, 2019
The head of U.S. Strategic Command believes there is merit in pursuing a proliferated constellation of satellites in low Earth orbit, but warns the nation should not go “all in” on a technology that has not been proven.
Defense and Space

American lowers 1Q guidance on MAX grounding, flight cancellations

Apr 09, 2019
American Airlines is trimming its revenue outlook for the first quarter, citing financial costs and disruptions related to the grounding of the company’s fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and the temporary removal of 14 Boeing 737-800 aircraft for maintenance.
Airlines & Lessors

 

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