The Boeing MAX 7 and MAX 10 can be certified next year without the need to install a crew alerting system. In the early hours of December 20, US Congress leaders supported an amendment that exempts the two MAX types from 2020 legislation to have additional safety...
Archer Aviation has unveiled the production version of its eVTOL vehicle, which it hopes to get certified in the second half of 2024 and enter service in 2025. The Midnight is the successor of the Maker demonstrator that has been used for testing. Archer unveils...
ATR has regained important access to the Chinese market after the Chinese regulatory authorities validated the type certificate of the 42-600 turboprop. This comes over two years since the airframer sought re-certification of its aircraft in the country. ATR cleared...
The MAX 10 has been in the news this past week, and not for great reasons. This is a most unfortunate outcome for Boeing, and (surprise!) for Airbus as well. Let me explain how we see the MAX10 gamble. Readers are familiar with our continuous focus on the...
UPDATE Oct 4 – The Boeing MAX 7 risks not being certified this year, because Boeing has submitted documents to the FAA that are wholly inadequate. This scoop by The Seattle Times on September 29 causes astonishment and surprise. Or maybe not, because with the...
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