Airbus

By Matthew Fulco
Bombardier has its mojo back. The company is consistently profitable, with strong demand for its business jets.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jens Flottau
One of Benoit de Saint-Exupery's major frustrations in the new job: having far fewer aircraft available for sale than airlines would currently take.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By David Casey
Iberia has opened reservations for two routes that will use the new Airbus A321XLR aircraft.
Airlines & Lessors

By Daniel Williams, Guy Ferneyhough
As Airbus has increasingly globalized the production of its A320-family narrowbodies, the matter of which FAL builds what variant has come into focus.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Adrian Schofield
European officials have approved an extra fuel tank the A350-1000s Qantas will use for ultra-long-haul flights.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
A flex shaft for the A350’s high lift system has become the most complex 3D-printed metal part to be approved for series production by Airbus and EASA.
Emerging Technologies

By Kurt Hofmann
Premium leisure startup Beond Airlines says getting the right aircraft requires lessors’ trust, as the carrier outlines its network expansion plans.
Airlines & Lessors

By Daniel Williams
Last week's analysis showcased that international flights are back to 2019 levels; this week we look at the "resurgence" of the passenger widebody market.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Thierry Dubois
The moves by the airframer and the engine manufacturer illustrate their all-out effort to make their supply chain more resilient and reliable.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Tony Osborne
With funding from an NTT Docomo-led consortium, Aalto is moving more quickly into production of the solar-powered stratospheric aircraft.
Emerging Technologies

By Alan Dron
Steadily expanding Greenville Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) has started hosting its first crossover jet services, increasing links from Upstate South Carolina.
Small Narrowbody Jets

By Graham Warwick
Zero has previously signed agreements with Boeing and Rolls-Royce.
Emerging Technologies

By Jens Flottau
While the risks to the global economy and aviation are obvious, growth is good, and many new aircraft orders are imminent.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
Sustainable aviation fuel cuts contrails; MTU progresses fuel cells; medical evacuation drone; and vertical-takeoff-and-landing cargo drone in the UAE.
Emerging Technologies

Airbus delivered 53 aircraft to 34 customers in May 2024, including 41 A320neo family aircraft.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Michael Bruno
Meanwhile, the Spirit board has tapped one of its own, Irene Esteves, to take over while the company tries to sell itself to Airbus and/or Boeing.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Tony Osborne
Airbus has lifted the veil on its concept for an autonomous collaborative combat aircraft that would accompany current combat aircraft into battle.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alan Dron
The advent of increasing numbers of Airbus A220s in North America is changing traffic patterns on the continent, says John Evans, the CEO of lessor Azorra.
Small Narrowbody Jets

By Jens Flottau
Widebody orders were at the top of the agenda at the IATA Annual General Meeting.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Adrian Schofield, Jens Flottau
IndiGo's order volume means delivery delays from Airbus are less damaging to the LCC, CEO Pieter Elbers says.
Airlines & Lessors

By Lori Ranson
Air Canada plans a 50-50 split between international and North American routes when it scales up to 30 Airbus A321XLRs.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
Nexus eVTOL takes shape; Archer heads to Korea; Hy2Move boosts hydrogen; and certifying seagliders.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Helen Massy-Beresford, Jens Flottau
The three-year demonstrator program led by Airbus UpNext is using a truck equipped with an aircraft cockpit to test the systems.
Emerging Technologies

By Alex Derber
How soaring demand for passenger capacity is impacting aircraft retirements and the teardown market.
Supply Chain