Cessna received its FAA type certification for the model 408 Cessna SkyCourier, a twin-turboprop high wing aircraft. The first flight of the aircraft occurred in May 2020, and a trio of test aircraft flew more than 2,100 flying hours. Launch customer FedEx has a firm...
The past year 2021 has seen record sales of Boeing freighters. After getting to eighty on December 21 thanks to an order for nineteen 767-300Fs from UPS, Boeing announced on January 6 that it had received another order before the end of the year from Atlas Air. The...
With the delivery of the final Airbus A380 to Emirates on December 16, the book on the production of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft can be closed. The aircraft registered as A6-EVS is the 251st A380 that has been delivered new to an airline, yet it has...
Boeing and Airbus have (re)started their battle on the next segment of the aircraft market: that of the new generation of big full-freighters. Airbus confirmed last week it is in discussions with numerous potential customers on the A350 Freighter and so now has...
The aviation world is about to dramatically change, moving from conventional power toward electrification. It is a process that has been percolating for several years. The major auto manufacturers have joined Tesla and we will soon have a panoply of electric autos to...
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