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  • RCAF confirms search for new jet trainer

    The Royal Canadian Air Force confirms that it has started to look for a new jet trainer to replace its current fleet of BAE Systems CT-155 Hawk aircraft....

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  • IN FOCUS: Debt dogs Finmeccanica

    The Italian champion's turnaround plan looks solid, but slow delivery worries analysts

  • Boeing shows off completed horizontal stabiliser for 787-9

    A new image released by Boeing shows the first completed horizontal stabiliser for the 787-9 and one of the key...

  • IN FOCUS: Finmeccanica continues on bumpy road to recovery

    After a disastrous 2011, Italian aerospace giant Finmeccanica has this year been in slow recovery as it prepares for a...

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  • Boeing takes back nacelle work to North Charleston

    News | 12 Feb 2015 04:03 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Boeing has expanded its operations in North Charleston, South Carolina, and brought more work in-house previously performed by a supplier.
  • ANALYSIS: US South rises on Airbus, Boeing expansion

    News | 03 Feb 2015 09:35 | Stephen Trimble

    ​What a difference a decade makes in the geography of the US aerospace industry. It was only 2004 when the US Southeast region was known in aerospace circles primarily as a base for NASA in Florida and Alabama and a manufacturing hub for Gulfstream business jets and Lockheed Martin fighters and airlifters in Georgia.
  • Zaragoza-based Air Horizont eyes April debut with 737-400s

    News | 29 Jan 2015 15:19 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Spanish start-up carrier Air Horizont intends to launch commercial operations in the second half of April with two narrowbodies, local sources report.
  • Helibras hands over first modernised Fennecs for Brazil

    News | 05 Jan 2015 16:57 | Dominic Perry

    ​Helibras has delivered the first four of 36 Airbus Helicopters AS550 Fennec and AS350 Squirrel helicopters it is modernising for the Brazilian army.
  • ANALYSIS: Bumps on Dema's path to tier one status

    News | 11 Nov 2014 14:05 | Murdo Morrison

    ​Becoming a tier one in the aerospace supply chain is a tough business, and the 21-year rise of Dema from $2 million-turnover boutique design house to one of Italy’s foremost aerostructures players has not been without growing pains. Alongside a succession of acquisitions and investment in facilities and equipment have been financial wobbles, as delays to two key programmes – the Boeing 787 and Bombardier CSeries – forced a restructuring and put the brakes on bullish revenue projections.
  • American objects to Volaris’ planned Fort Lauderdale service

    News | 28 Aug 2014 17:59 | Edward Russell

    ​American Airlines has objected to the application from Volaris to begin new service between Fort Lauderdale and Mexico City, citing inequalities in the US-Mexico bilateral air services agreement.