The past year has seen a plethora of announcements from the handful of eVTOL OEMs. With these announcements one has to ask, is there a bubble? There are some big players on the OEM side of the business – Airbus, Bell, and Embraer among them. Boeing is involved...
We caught up with Glen Isbell from Bell Helicopters at NBAA 2019 to speak about the Nexus program and learn more about the progress for Bell’s entry into the Urban Air Mobility Marketplace. His update on the program...
We had the opportunity to visit Bell Helicopters and tour their facilities in Mirabel, Quebec during Aerospace Week. The visit was quite eye-opening, with a focus on both the current civil products being produced in Canada as well as future efforts in urban mobility...
GAMA released its third-quarter statistics for 2018, and the General Aviation segment increased its billings to $4,134,953,455 in the third quarter, up only 0.83% from 2017. The variability in the mix, when compared to 2017, was significant, with 286 piston aircraft...
GAMA released its first-quarter statistics, and the General Aviation segment increased its billings by 3.3% when compared to the first quarter in 2017. The variability in the mix, when compared to 2017, was significant, with 3 fewer piston aircraft delivered, 13 more...
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