"The LEAP engine is the grower in the room, CFM International will account for 57% of engine deliveries over the next decade" - Brian Kough discusses the future of MRO in the industry forecast at #MROEurope
Dassault Aviation announced its new long-range Falcon 10X on May 6, 2021, and plans to enter it into service by the end of 2025. Here’s a look at the interior of this mockup making its debut at the 2021 NBAA-BACE static display.
With an airline recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic expected to take another two to three years, business aviation has taken on a leading role in driving the sustainability of the entire aviation sector. bit.ly/3vehBsc
UK regulator rebuilds state of design capacity post-Brexit, USAF wants another deep look at its tanker shortage, Australian MH-60 fleet grounded after sea ditching and more.
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Delegates attending this year's NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas got their fill of flight deck mockups and aircraft interiors with plush configurations and some were even treated to a helicopter taxi ride to the static display at Henderson Field.
Plug Power teams with Airflow, Airbus on hydrogen, Pentagon wants cheaper hypersonics to convince doubters, private equity investors trade helo-systems specialist Onboard Systems and more.
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Los Angeles-based startup Exosonic will develop a concept for a purpose-built, supersonic unmanned aircraft system (UAS) under a 15-month, $750,000 U.S. Air Force contract, the company announced Oct. 12. aviationweek.com/shows-events/a…
Where next for business aircraft manufacturers, which in recent times have been so focused on the long-range and large-cabins market that their aircraft are stacked like sardines at the top of the market? #NBAA#NBAA21#ICYMIbit.ly/3awCvt6
Take a look at some of the earlier entries for this year's photo contest. There's still time to enter the 2021 Aviation Week Photo Contest if you think you have images match that up with these. bit.ly/2YIqJsW
Composite blades on hold for CH-47F Block IIs, ASL Aviation Holdings to convert ATR 72s to hydrogen power, Airbus begins producing Skynet 6A satellite and more.
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In the world of business aviation where secrets are hard to keep Honda successfully surprised attendees at NBAA by revealing the HondaJet 2600 concept – an all-new, long-range light jet with trans-continental capability. #ICYMI#NBAA#NBAA21bit.ly/2YND9Ad
Rolls-Royce backs German hybrid-electric development center, sustainability of Asia-Pacific F-35s exceeded expectations: UK officials, service tracks aircraft emissions for lessors, banks and more. bit.ly/3BCaiNn
Our powerhouse team of award-winning aviation journalists are on-site at #NBAA in Las Vegas to bring you up-to-the-minute content and explain what it means, all just a click away on your mobile device. Read Day 1 of ShowNews here: bit.ly/3lzAkuY#NBAA21
Ron Epstein, senior equity analyst for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses the business aviation market as the National Business Aviation Association Convention & Exhibition prepares to open in Las Vegas tomorrow.
Honeywell predicts deliveries of up to 7,400 new business jets valued at $238 billion over the coming decade, reflecting an average 3% annual growth rate. It also forecasts continued strong demand for used jets.
Boeing Business Jets announces the service debut of the first 737 MAX-based BBJ 737-8 as well as the first new order for the corporate variant since the return of the MAX to commercial service in 2020.
Airlines are realizing that more must be done to tackle environmental sustainability issues such as corporate partnerships, as green deadlines approach. Here is a look at some current sustainability initiatives. bit.ly/3v3XSLJ