In this episode of Aviation This Week: Airbus, with a backlog of around 7,500 aircraft, announces it will cease deliveries of the A380 in 2021. IATA’s new report on global passenger traffic results for 2018 shows a continued climb in commercial growth. Bombardier launches the CRJ550 model as a viable 50-seat aircraft replacement option.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: Boeing makes a significant investment in Aerion to accelerate the development of the Aerion AS2 supersonic jet. Then, Canadian Pete McLeod begins the 2019 Red Bull Air Race season in Abu Dhabi; and Chorus places a firm order for nine Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: Thermal sensor giant FLIR Systems acquires Aeryon Labs of Waterloo, Ont., for $200 million. Then Bombardier moves to acquire the Global 7500 wing program from Triumph Group, and WestJet takes delivery of its first 787 Dreamliner to open up international routes from Calgary.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: Boeing completes the first test flight of its autonomous PAV prototype just a year after it conceptual design.ViDAR deployments for maritime SAR; and Airbus Helicopters reports its 2018 numbers with higher deliveries than a year prior.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: Aireon completes its Iridium NEXT deployment and is just weeks away from beginning a new era for aircraft surveillance and routing. Then Transport Canada unveils visual line of sight regulations for drones; and Air Canada invests $97.3 million in Chorus with an new agreement extending into 2035.
In this episode ofAviation This Week: JetBlue and Moxy confirm big A220 orders to be completed in Alabama. Then Bell unveils the full-scale design of its air taxi, and EASA approves Dart’s Emergency Float System
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Sikorsky and Boeing provide a first look at the SB>1 DEFIANT helicopter. Then Gulfstream makes the first two international deliveries of its G500, and new Canadian passenger protection regulations are now available for public comment.
Aviation This Week: Your top story: Mitsubishi assembles its first GTF PW1200G engine in Komaki, Japan, for MRJ flight testing. ThenFlying Colours breaks ground on a new hangar in Peterborough; and Lockheed Martin Canada joins forces L3 MAS for the RCAF training procurement competition.
Aviation This Week: Your top story: Virgin Galactic reaches space for the first time.Then Transport Canada introduces new flight and duty time limits, and the Carlyle Group moves to acquire StandardAero.
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Pratt & Whitney receives Transport Canada approval to increase cycle limits on PT6A-140 series engines. Then Lockheed Martin invests in renewable fuel developed in Edmonton, and Hamilton Watch wraps up a year of celebrating its century in aviation.
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