3 hrs ago | Newsday
Will Airbus announce more orders than Boeing? Will Boeing have more products on display than Airbus? Whose vision of the future of air travel looks most credible? But below the radar are signs that this duopoly may one day be challenged.
4 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Innovations by Israeli defense firms are featuring prominently at this year's Paris Air Show, which began on Monday and attracted delegates from the aerospace industry around the world.
7 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Boeing launched a larger version of its flagship Dreamliner aircraft at the Paris Airshow on Tuesday, intensifying the battle with rival Airbus in the booming market for fuel-efficient, long-haul jets.
11 hrs ago | Airport Business
United Airlines today increased its 787 Dreamliner order to 65 aircraft with an order for 20 787-10s.
12 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Ryanair said on Tuesday that it will finalize an order for 175 Boeing 737-800 aircraft worth around $16 billion at list prices at the Paris Airshow on Wednesday.
17 hrs ago | Bloomberg
EasyJet Plc agreed to buy 135 Airbus SAS jets worth about $13.22 billion at list price as Europe's No.
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.
Standing in front of a GEnx jet engine displayed in one of the exhibition halls, GE Aviation Chief Executive David Joyce announced that the company's new plant to produce engine components from ceramic matrix composites, or CMCs, will be in Asheville, N.C. "These are going to be the future," Joyce said, holding a sample of a CMC component.
Air New Zealand has rolled out the first of its brand new Airbus A320 aircraft - which feature impressive curved wing tips - at the Paris Air Show overnight.
TUI Travel CEO Peter Long has indicated he is likely to firm up options for 90 Boeing 737 MAXs following on from its recent commitment for 60 of the type.
With the economy on the rebound, Americans once again are cracking open their pocketbooks to take family vacations and other leisure trips.
Boeing Expects to Sell 100-200 Tankers Chris Chadwick, president of The Boeing Company 's military aircraft segment reported that he now sees the company selling 100 to 200 of its KC-46 refueling tankers in the next few years to international customers.
Jet Airways Ltd. , the nation's biggest publicly-traded carrier, fell the most in a week in Mumbai trading after the government deferred a decision on the airline's plan to sell a stake to Etihad Airways PJSC.
American Airlines expects to add more seats to some of its planes, which could mean less leg room for passengers.
After a bruising two-year fight for market share of popular smaller models, Airbus and Boeing Co are increasing the deployment of next-generation long-range jets, seen as crucial to the future of both companies and their suppliers.
Using a newly patented design, the program will consist of retrofitting existing Boeing Next-Generation 737 Blended Winglets by replacing the aluminum winglet tip cap with a new aerodynamically shaped "Scimitar" TM winglet tip cap and by adding a new Scimitar tipped Ventral Strake.
CFM International, the engine maker for about three-quarters of the orders for next-generation Airbus and Boeing narrow-body jets, said its LEAP engine will deliver 15 percent lower fuel burn and 2 percent to 3 percent lower operating costs compared with comparable current engines.