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Boeing takes one step forward and two back on 737 Max rehabilitation journey

Airframer’s recertification flights are positive, but critical US government report and order cancellations show there is still much to do


Can Tempest and FCAS projects both succeed in Europe?

Can Europe afford to support two next-generation air combat projects amid the downturn – or would joining forces merely clip a future fighter’s wings?

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Pandemic fleet cull to swell surplus engine stock

As airlines retire mid-life fleets in response to coronavirus downturn, the spares market will be flooded with engines and parts

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For VerdeGo, going green means going hybrid

Florida urban air mobility startup has pivoted away from designing an aircraft to working with airframers as a powertrain partner

Boom Supersonic Overture

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Supersonic start-ups on course for deliveries by mid decade

Contenders to develop a new generation of supersonic aircraft continue to advance their projects despite the coronavirus pandemic, insisting that the downturn will not derail an inevitable widespread transition to supersonic commercial flight

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Flight test: Bombardier Global 7500 offers world travellers creature comforts

With its Global 7500, Bombardier is looking to redefine long-range large-cabin business aviation. FlightGlobal test pilot Mike Gerzanics went to San Jose, California to try out the new flagship

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For business aviation, new aircraft development presses on through pandemic

The 2020 coronavirus crisis may be wreaking havoc on sales and production, but business aircraft makers are pressing ahead with development work on a tranche of new models