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The Falcon 6X S/N 5 departed France today at 9:09 a.m. Central European Time.
Boom expects to break ground this year on a 400,000-sq-ft Overture production plant and begin manufacturing of the supersonic airliner in 2024.
The latest order for 777Fs comes just as Boeing announced it would raise 777 production rates from two to three per month.
If the sale of C-130J military transport aircraft goes ahead as planned, Egypt will become the 25th customer for the second-generation Hercules.
Eyeing long-term maintainability of the USAF Osprey fleet, Bell is swapping out nacelles with ones that are more maintainable, robust.
An Airworthiness Directive scheduled for publication on January 27 will limit 777 and 747-8 operations at certain airports.
Aircraft deliveries at Gulfstream Aerospace are projected to reach 170 units in 2024, topping the company's previous high of 156 aircraft in 2008.
Bye Aerospace, which confirmed launch of the eFlyer 800 last April, has received purchase and option agreements for 135 of the electric-powered aircraft.
The aircraft manufacturer wants to tap growing demand for moving over-sized freight around the world using five of its A300-based BelugaST transporters.
A $3.9 billion contract signed by Azorra covers as many as 50 Embraer jets and calls for first delivery in 2023.