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  • VIDEO: CS300 completes first flight

    Bombardier has launched the flight test campaign of the stretched, 135-seat CS300 with a 4h57min sortie from the company's final assembly centre in Mirabel, Canada.

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  • Rockwell unveils global aircraft tracking system

    ​One year after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, avionics company Rockwell Collins announces it...

  • First UK-registered Challenger 350 enters service with Naljets

    ​Business aviation charter and management company Naljets has taken delivery of the first UK-registered Bombardier...

  • Embraer outlines fly-by-wire test plan for KC-390

    ​Embraer’s KC-390 jet airlifter/tanker flew for the first time in early February, but the company has not yet put its...

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  • ANALYSIS: KC-390 lifts expectations in Brazil

    News | 01 Apr 2015 10:10 | Felipe Salles

    Embraer has a long tradition of identifying – and succeeding in – unattended market niches. Over the years, they have done this with regional turboprops and jets, turboprop trainers and counter-insurgency aircraft, airborne early warning aircraft, light business jets and now the mid-range military transport segment, where the Lockheed C-130 Hercules has reigned supreme for more than 60 years.
  • ANALYSIS: Field on making ordinary aircraft extraordinary

    News | 27 Mar 2015 10:28 | Murdo Morrison

    ​For almost 70 years, Field Aviation has been turning mainly Canadian-built types into special mission platforms – making, as its website boasts, “ordinary aircraft extraordinary”. The modifications house, based next to Toronto’s international airport, began transforming surplus wartime transports in the late 1940s. Its latest projects include partnering with Boeing on its Bombardier Challenger 650-based Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) and designing and installing a first-of-type cargo door on a new Bombardier CRJ700.
  • Google targets low-cost ADS-B Out avionics market

    News | 24 Mar 2015 00:38 | Stephen Trimble

    Google’s quest to introduce small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into low altitude airspace within a “few years” has driven the company to launch an unexpected foray into the avionics market, says Dave Vos, head of the Internet company’s Project Wing.
  • InFlight Labs to develop aircraft tracking technology

    News | 18 Mar 2015 21:10 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​New York-based aviation communications company InFlight Labs is developing a product that can detect power failures in aircraft transponders and respond by broadcasting aircraft data to the ground – technology the company says can keep an aircraft from going missing.
  • ANALYSIS: Civil simulator market remains buoyant

    News | 12 Mar 2015 11:03 | Kerry Reals

    ​Civil aviation flight simulator providers are reporting strong demand for their products and services, particularly in Asia but also in North America, as the US majors take delivery of newly-ordered fleets. CAE continues to dominate the scene but a number of other players, including new entrants, are fighting among themselves to secure ever-larger slices of the market.
  • Rockwell unveils global aircraft tracking system

    News | 09 Mar 2015 18:09 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​One year after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, avionics company Rockwell Collins announces it has developed an system that can help airlines cost-effectively track aircraft nearly anywhere on the globe.