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Fourth MC-21-300 Flight Test Aircraft Complete

December 3, 2019 Peter Biondi

Russian aircraft manufacturer, Irkut Corporation, headquartered in Moscow, announced that it has completed systems diagnostics of the fourth MC-21-300 aircraft designed for flight tests. Three of the jets are already undergoing flight tests and two

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Boeing Rolls Out 737 MAX 10

November 23, 2019 Daniel Morley

Boeing has unveiled the latest model of the 737 MAX series aircraft to its employees at an event in Renton, Wash. The Boeing 737 MAX 10 is the newest and largest variant of the 737

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Europe Issues Type Certification to Airbus BelugaXL

November 13, 2019 Jordan Green

Airbus announced on Wednesday that its BelugaXL airlifter was issued a type certification by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The certification for the oversize aircraft follows a rigorous battery of flight-testing with the aircraft

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Airbus Ends October on a Strong Note

November 10, 2019 Hemal Gosai

Airbus had a strong October and looks to be finishing off the year on a solid note, albeit a slight reduction in expected aircraft to be delivered. The airplane manufacturer clocked in a series of

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Airbus and Boeing Behind U.S./EU Tariff Threats

September 22, 2019 Hemal Gosai

In 2006 U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing filed a case with the World Trade Organization alleging that the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, jointly owned by Germany, Spain, France, and partially the UK, had received billions in

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Air France’s First A350 Completes Maiden Flight

August 28, 2019 Pablo Diaz

On Aug. 27, Air France’s first Airbus A350-900 performed its maiden flight around the builder’s factory in Toulouse, France. The twin-engine widebody aircraft, which bears the manufacturer’s serial number MSN331 and the factory registration F-WZFN,

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