Unless Boom Supersonic has something up to its sleeve in the form of a contract with an undisclosed engine maker, the US start-up seems to have hit a serious setback. It still hasn’t a confirmed engine and can now exclude Rolls-Royce from the list, after the UK maker...
With both major European air shows canceled after the onset of the global pandemic, Farnborough’s expectations for 2022 are challenging to predict. Nonetheless, we will provide our views on what to expect at the show. We’re not expecting any earth-shattering...
Indian no-frill carrier, SpiceJet, which operates a fleet of Boeing 737 and Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, has heard from the Indian aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), and it is not all good news. After eight malfunction incidents in the...
The GAMA first quarter 2022 shipments and billings report for the General Aviation sector, including business aircraft, was released last week. That report shows mixed results, with growth in the number of aircraft delivered, but a shortfall in revenue compared to...
Day 3 of the Dubai Air Show has seen more multi-million dollar deals, but not all have been inked and await further confirmation at a later date. Following an order from SunExpress on Day 2, Boeing continued its renewed interest in the MAX with a Letter of Intent from...
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