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.
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.
Boeing has rolled out of the factory the first 787 Dreamliner for British Airways to be built at the increased production rate of seven aircraft per month.
The first of Air New Zealand’s Boeing 787-9 aircraft to be constructed has achieved a major milestone this week with the arrival of the first major part of the new aircraft at Boeing’s Everett factory in Seattle three weeks ahead of schedule.
The Eurocopter EC135 helicopter will perform medical airlift duties throughout Turkey – a fleet of 17 helicopters will be flown by the Turkish Aeronautical Association’s THK Gökçen Aviation commercial arm, marking the latest major contract win for this twin-engine rotorcraft in the international emergency medical services (EMS) marketplace.
Today, the Royal Air Force Museum has announced the start of a ground-breaking operation to raise the last surviving Dornier Do 17 aircraft from the English Channel. This historic Second World War German Bomber was shot down 72 years ago during the Battle of Britain.
Cessna has rolled out its first production unit of the new Citation X business jet at the company’s Wichita manufacturing plant. The new aircraft was first announced at NBAA in 2010.
The new Citation X jet is best known for its top speed of Mach 0.935, making it the fastest civilian aircraft in the world.