News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
Otto Aviation has confirmed plans for a 19-seat, hydrogen-powered version of its Celera aircraft that could be operated on flights of up to 1,000 nm.
The A321XLR single-aisle airliner is intended to serve commercial airline routes as long as 4,700 nm when it enters service in 2024.
Air Nostrum says it plans to be the launch operator for Hybrid Air Vehicles' 100-seat Airlander 10 airship on domestic routes of up to around 265 miles.
MC-21 and SSJ100 programs will get a major boost from an impending order from Russia’s flag carrier.
Converting a pair of existing 747-8 airliners to presidential duty presents a host of expensive problems.
Universal Hydrogen said it has collected a firm order from prospective regional carrier Connect Airlines to covert 75 ATR 72-600s to hydrogen power.
The National Institute for Aviation Research’s Werx MRO program enters agreement on passenger-to-freighter conversions for Precision Aircraft Solutions.
An unbalanced preowned business aircraft market is likely to keep good buyers on the sidelines as they wait for lower prices and customary processes.
The new Garmin flight deck will modernize flyExclusive's fleet of Cessna Citation Excel midsize twinjets.
Like many European countries, the Netherlands is increasing its defense spending as a result of increased tensions caused by Russian aggression.