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.
Japan's ruling party is putting together a plan for greater national security that could include the acquisition of the STOVL version of the F-35
First operator Thai Lion Air plans to use the 220-seat narrowbody to develop international services
Russian aviation authority Rostransnadzor cites safety concerns stemming from investigation into the airline's February 11 crash.
With six of a likely 15 Boeing P-8As now in service, the Royal Australian Air Force has officially declared the type ready for operations.
The modernization of Taiwan's IDF fleet is complete, while an F-16 upgrade is getting under way. The nation is also interested in the F-35.
Company also launches PACE cost-cutting program for Tier II suppliers
Smallest variant of Max family stays airborne for more than three hours
Its sales territory includes Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
First flight of the SkyCourier is slated for next year, with service entry planned in 2020.
Having been rolled out in February, the first Saab GlobalEye has taken to the air for the first time.