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Delivery date for last ever Boeing 747 revealed… and how you can watch!

Boeing has revealed that the last Boeing 747 to be built will be handed over to the customer in a ceremony on January 31, 2023.

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NTSB releases report into fatal E175 engine ground incident

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its preliminary report into an incident involving Envoy Air flight ENY3408 at Montgomery Regional Airport, Alabama on December 31, 2022.

Airbus lands order with Uzbekistan Airways for A320neos

Uzbekistan Airways has placed a firm order with Airbus for 12 A320neo Family aircraft.

A 737 replacement? Boeing and NASA partner on new airliner

NASA has announced a partnership with Boeing to design, build and fly a brand-new large-scale airliner.

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Why Embraer paused its revolutionary next-gen turboprop 

Just a week after disclosing details about its Energia concepts, Embraer has put its turboprop airliner plans on ice, but regional aircraft using new technologies remain firmly in its sights. Mark Broadbent reports

Iran acquires four Airbus A340s despite sanctions

Four Airbus A340-300s have been purchased by an undisclosed Iranian airline in breach of international sanctions.

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Looking back at 50 years of Bombardier Challenger development

As Bombardier begins to deliver its latest Challenger – the 3500 – Paul E Eden looks back on almost half-a-century of business jet development

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Azul Brazilian Airlines' bold expansion plan revealed

Tom Batchelor catches up with André Américo from Azul to learn more about the São Paulo-based carrier’s bullish approach to expansion

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Old whale, new tricks: What's happened to Airbus’ five old BelugaSTs?

What do you do with a fleet of five now-redundant, incredibly specialised freighters? That was the question Airbus asked of itself earlier this year. Ian Harbison reports on the European manufacturer’s creation of an out-sized cargo subsidiary.

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The huge hurdle that could delay Airbus making a hydrogen airliner

Airbus has provided an important progress check in its ambitious bid to develop hydrogen-powered aircraft, as Richard Schuurman reports from Toulouse