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  • The power list: top 10 delivered commercial turbofans


    With our latest analysis of the commercial engine sector showing how re-engined aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and the arrival of new types from Bombardier, Comac, Mitsubishi and Irkut are affecting the size and shape of the marketplace, we list the most popular powerplants in civil aviation history with the help of Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database.


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  • The power list: top 10 delivered commercial turbofans


    With our latest analysis of the commercial engine sector showing how re-engined aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and...


  • Bombardier sells special mission CRJ700 in Latin America


    ​An undisclosed customer in Latin America has signed a purchase agreement for one CRJ700 NextGen special mission...


  • DUBAI: ATR upbeat on US sales prospects


    ATR is confident that a turboprop renaissance in the USA could soon come despite the recent resurgence of 70-seat...


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  • The power list: top 10 delivered commercial turbofans

    News | 17 Apr 2015 15:59 | Murdo Morrison

    With our latest analysis of the commercial engine sector showing how re-engined aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and the arrival of new types from Bombardier, Comac, Mitsubishi and Irkut are affecting the size and shape of the marketplace, we list the most popular powerplants in civil aviation history with the help of Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/The-power-list-top-10-delivered-commercial-turbofans-411334/
  • 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.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Field-on-making-ordinary-aircraft-extraordinary-410635/
  • ​Liebherr wins follow-up MRO deal from GoJet

    News | 24 Mar 2015 10:20 | Michael Gubisch

    US regional carrier GoJet Airlines has renewed its maintenance co-operation with Liebherr covering air management systems on its Bombardier CRJ700/900 fleet.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Liebherr-wins-follow-up-MRO-deal-from-GoJet-410467/
  • ANALYSIS: Asian airframers brace for the big leagues

    News | 09 Mar 2015 00:01 | Mavis Toh

    ​Asia’s commercial aircraft manufacturing scene has seen a flurry of activity in recent years. For the first time history, three commercial aircraft types are being built here. One is on the brink of entering into service, while the other two are gearing towards a first flight milestone.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Asian-airframers-brace-for-the-big-leagues-409797/
  • NBAA: Flying Colours broadens its outlook

    News | 20 Oct 2014 00:00

    ​It’s difficult to tell the difference between Bombardier’s CRJ200 regional jet and the Challenger 850 corporate aircraft. It’s equally difficult to tell the difference between Sean and Eric Gillespie, vice-presidents of Flying Colours.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NBAA-Flying-Colours-broadens-its-outlook-404747/
  • ANALYSIS: Flying Colours expands completions portfolio

    News | 14 Oct 2014 00:00 | Howard Slutsken

    ​It’s difficult to tell the difference between Bombardier’s CRJ-200 regional jet and the Challenger 850 corporate aircraft. It’s equally difficult to tell the difference between Sean and Eric Gillespie, Vice Presidents of Flying Colours. Along with their father, John, the twin brothers are guiding the corporate jet completion company through an ambitious growth plan. And the Gillespies and the jets are tightly linked.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Flying-Colours-expands-completions-portfolio-404187/