The RAF Air Tattoo continues to grow as two more aircraft have been confirmed for this must visit weekend air show in July.
Sikorsky has announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved a new functionality on the S-92® helicopter to provide offshore oil operators with an automated approach that reduces cockpit workload by 60 percent and allows safer operations under challenging weather and operating conditions.
Cessna has announced that the first production flight of its Turbo Skylane 182 JT-A took place yesterday at the company’s facility in Independence, Kansas.
Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, has placed an order for three A330-300 aircraft, growing its A330 Family fleet to a total of ten Airbus aircraft.
Cardiff Aviation’s flight simulator technical team have completed baseline testing of Shaheen Air International‘s Boeing 737-400 flight simulator at its current location at the Turkish Airlines Flight Training Centre in Istanbul, Turkey.
United Airlines has today put its Boeing 787 back to work with the re-launch of commercial service from the airline’s hub in Houston.
China’s largest operator of Airbus aircraft, China Eastern Airlines, has taken delivery of its first A320 aircraft equipped with Sharklet fuel saving wing-tip devices, becoming China’s first carrier to do so. The aircraft is also the first Sharklets equipped A320 assembled and delivered in Tianjin.
Seventy years ago today the legendary Dambusters Raid took place and we are delighted to confirm that this will be commemorated by a special flypast at the Air Tattoo this summer.
Airbus is showing an ACJ318 corporate jet at EBACE, giving potential customers the chance to see how much wider and taller its cabin is in comparison with other large business jets.
Cessna has announced that the first production unit of the new Citation M2 business jet has reached the significant milestone of wing and fuselage mating. Certification is expected in the second half of 2013.