Bye Aerospace Announces Progress In Early Stages of Certification for Electric Plane

Bye Aerospace has given an update on the development of its eFlyer 2, a small two-seat electric trainer, the prototype of which first flew four years ago. The company said…

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This Is The Crew Transportation Vehicle That Canoo Has Built For NASA

Canoo has released the first photos of the transport vehicle it has developed for NASA. In April, the electric vehicle startup won a contract to supply NASA with the Crew…

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Sweden places order for two Saab surveillance aircraft

Sweden and Saab signed a US$708 million deal for two GlobalEye surveillance aircraft on June 30, 2022, a day after the country received an official invitation to join the North…

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The story of Europe’s longest operating airline

As part of AeroTime’s Europe month, this July we will be focusing on the aviation industry in the region. Here we look back at Europe’s – and the world’s – longest operating…

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The U.S. Air Force’s New NGAD 6th Generation Fighter: Problems Ahead?

The U.S. Air Force’s sixth-generation fighter may be more complicated to acquire than previously thought. At the beginning of June, the news was good for the Next Generation Air Dominance…

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First Flight of The Boeing 737-500 – Airways Magazine

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, the prototype of the Boeing 737-500, N73700, took to the skies for the first time in 1989. Known previously as the 737 ‘Lite’ and 737-1000,…

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Jet Airways in talks to lease up to eight jets before December

New Delhi-based airline Jet Airways is in talks with aircraft manufacturers and lessors regarding opportunities to expand its fleet with up to eight aircraft as the carrier prepares to relaunch…

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First Flight of the Iconic Vickers VC10 – Airways Magazine

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, the iconic Vickers VC10 took off on its maiden flight from Brooklands Airfield, Surrey at 17:25 GMT in 1962. The prototype – G-ARTA – took…

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NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center Director David McBride Retires After 35 Years of Service

Longest Serving NASA Armstrong Director When David McBride first came to NASA’s remote outpost in the Mojave Desert in 1982 as a cooperative education student, he didn’t imagine becoming its…

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Advisory Board makes recommendations for addressing aviation workforce gender gap

The Women in Aviation Advisory Board (WIABB) submitted its final report to the FAA with suggestions and recommendations for improving the shortage of women and girls in aviation. Under the…

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Certified, Roadworthy Flying Car for Sale! (Still)

Want to buy a flying car? You can. Today, and take it home with you, for the tidy sum of somewhere north of $2 million. The catch is that there…

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