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United Airlines says an oil filter issue has prompted the crew of a Boeing 787 flying from Denver to Tokyo to divert to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
7 hrs ago | Bloomberg
EasyJet Plc agreed to buy 135 Airbus SAS jets worth about $13.22 billion at list price as Europe's No.
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Tuesday's announcement comes on the heels of Monday's commitment from GE to purchase 10 of the newest generation Dreamliner.
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Bombardier Inc. has announced several orders at the Paris Air Show that could be worth up to US$2 billion if all options are exercised.
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South Korea has begun accepting bids from aircraft makers to supply 60 new fighter jets at an estimated cost of $7.3 billion .
As airplane makers gathered outside Paris to show off their newest high-tech jetliners on Monday, a less-heralded technology story was unfolding back home on the factory floors of the world's leading aerospace firms.
The circumstances surrounding the death of the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, who was killed in a 1968 jet crash, have long been clouded in theories and rumors.
The Ministry of Defence confirmed that the noise was a sonic boom - a bang is caused when an aircraft breaks through the sound barrier .
THE successful maiden flight of a new lightweight airliner will safeguard more than 1,000 aerospace jobs across Burnley and Pendle.
Airbus and Boeing both won pledges for big purchases of long-haul, wide-body jets Monday, as the Paris Air Show got off to a robust if rainy start.
Honeywell and Safran have completed the first major phase of testing of their electric green taxiing system , and will make the first public demonstration of the technology, installed on an Airbus A320 aircraft , during the 50th International Paris Air Show held at Le Bourget Airport this week.
Airbus SAS is set to win an order for more than 10 A380 double-decker airliners from leasing company Doric Asset Finance Ltd., people familiar with the transaction said.
Engine makers for next-generation Airbus and Boeing narrow-body jets stepped up their war of words on Sunday, claiming their new power plants will burn less fuel than current models plus last longer without maintenance and create less noise than their rival's.
Inventions designed by British engineers in the 1960s have been brought to life in a display more in keeping with an episode of the Thunderbirds.
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The Paris Air Show, which opens for business on Monday Jun. 17, brings hundreds of aircraft to the skies around the French capital, the usual tense competition between aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus, and a slew of innovations large and small.