Small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) or drones, are gaining significant traction in a variety of industries including film and media, oil and gas, insurance, public safety, and agriculture, among others.  While the number of drones being shipped for commercial markets is often the most visible trend, the largest revenue opportunity in the sector lies in the various services that these drones will enable.
Aéro Montréal, Québec's aerospace cluster, brought together nearly 1,300 participants, more than 100 speakers from 15 different countries, and helped to organize over 1,400 B2B meetings during the 2nd edition of International Aerospace Week - MONTRÉAL held at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal from April 25 to 29, 2016.
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 has marked a key achievement after completing high altitude flight testing in La Paz, Bolivia. It’s the first international trip for the 737 MAX flight-test fleet.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau praised Bombardier's CSeries as an "exceptional airplane" on Saturday but would not hint whether his government plans to invest federal money in the Montreal-based aerospace giant.
With Bombardier's deal to sell its new CSeries jets to Delta Air Lines, one might think that the aerospace manufacturer no longer needs the billion dollars it is seeking from the federal government.
Attendees at the annual Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles, California will have a unique opportunity to tour the impressive full-scale mock-up of Bombardier's innovative Global 7000 business jet. The life-size mock-up, which will be displayed adjacent to the conference headquarters at the Beverly Hilton Hotel from May 1-4, 2016, showcases the aircraft's stylish and precedent-setting four-zone interior. This is the first time an aircraft mock-up has been displayed at the conference.
Boeings will deliver a record number of airplanes this year to Turkey's flag carrier, Turkish Airlines. In total, the carrier will take delivery of six 777-300ERs and 20 Next-Generation 737-800s in 2016.
European planemaker Airbus plans to cut production of its A380 superjumbo from 2017 as it struggles to revive sales of the world's largest passenger jet, two industry sources said.
Qatar Airways is speaking to Boeing to secure substitute aircraft after further problems were discovered with the Airbus A320neo, the airline's chief executive said on Monday.
Saudi Arabia's Flynas is in talks with Boeing Co and Airbus for a potential 100-jet order, chief executive Paul Byrne told a conference in Dubai on Wednesday, adding it had ruled out Bombardier from its considerations.
Two of Canada’s top pension funds have come out in support of a shareholder proposal calling for greater transparency at plane and train maker Bombardier Inc., despite a rejection of the idea by the company’s management.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft and Delta Air Lines, Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia (Delta Air Lines) have announced that the parties have executed a firm agreement for the sale and purchase of 75 CS100 aircraft with options for an additional 50 CS100 aircraft. Delta Air Lines may elect to convert a number of these aircraft into CS300 at a later date.
Vector Aerospace Corporation has announced that its Summerside, Prince Edward Island facility is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. It has been providing world-class engine MRO services since 1991.
As part of efforts to cut costs, the Canadian Forces is looking at options to revamp its Alberta-based aerospace test facilities, including transferring some of the work to private industry or moving the organization to a more accessible location, such as the Ottawa area.
Textron Systems Electronic Systems has announced that it has been awarded an $11 million order for 12 Advanced Radar/Electronic Warfare Test Station (ARTS) Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) systems to support the U.S. Air Force's B-1B Lancer strategic bomber fleet. Delivery of these systems will replace the legacy ATE systems with one integrated unit containing an advanced commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) test system, addressing testing requirements of the ALQ-161 Defensive Avionics Systems.
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