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The TTx's Demise »

It had everything it needed. Except sales traction and maybe a parachute. More

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GAMA: Airplane, Helicopter... »

GAMA released their year-end shipment and billings data on Wednesday, along with a “State of the Industry” news conference that was streamed live... More

Textron Confirms TTx... »

Textron Aviation has now confirmed that it has discontinued the TTx, the often renamed high-performance single it acquired 10 years ago. More

Lockheed Martin, Gulfstream... »

Lockheed Martin has started construction of a new 255,000-square-foot office facility in Orlando, Florida, and plans to hire about 1,800 people over the next... More

Boeing 737 Max 9 FAA-Certified »

Boeing’s latest version of the 737, the Max 9, is now FAA certified and will soon start deliveries, the company announced last week. The airplane adds... More

Utility Drone To Start U.S.... »

A company in Wyoming has secured FAA approval to start flight tests with a large twin-engine drone, the Flyox Mark II, built by Singular Aircraft of... More

Report: Pilot Flying Was... »

The pilot at the controls of a Learjet 35A until just before it crashed in Teterboro last year should not have been flying, according to documents released... More