Air International 2020-06
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News: Commercial, Military
The strong wording contained within Embraer's statement suggests legal action is likely.
The strong wording contained within Embraer's statement suggests legal action is likely.
TEXTRON AVIATION has delivered the first two of three Cessna U-680A Citation Sovereigns to the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF). The aircraft are configured to perform flight inspection missions, helping to ensure the integrity of instrument approaches and airway procedures that help constitute the national airspace of Japan. The three aircraft will replace the JASDF's Nihon Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation's YS-11FC fleet.
BOEING’S F-15QA (Qatar Advanced) - the most advanced variant of the Eagle family to be manufactured so far - has taken to the skies for the first time.
INITIAL OPERATING Capability (IOC) of the RAF's Boeing P-8A Poseidon MRA1 maritime patrol aircraft fleet was formally announced on April 1, 2020.
SIKORSKY'S CH-53K King Stallion has successfully completed air-to-air refuelling tests, demonstrating the platform's long-range capabilities for the US Marine Corps (USMC).
The AFRC's first HC-130J underwent test flights in February 2020.
Pegasus received A321neos via Airbus' new e-Delivery process.
A final captive carry test flight with a fuelled LauncherOne rocket will precede the full launch.
Analysts predict that significant changes to the air travel experience is on the way.
Israel Aerospace Industries' 737-800BDSF is the third conversion option to become available for the 737-800.
SIKORSKY'S CH-53K King Stallion has successfully completed air-to-air refuelling tests, demonstrating the platform's long-range capabilities for the US Marine Corps (USMC).
A pair of USMC F-35Bs assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211 (VMFA-211) Wake Island Avengers fly a combat mission over Afghanistan in September 2018.
There have been more than 200 cancellations for the Boeing 737 MAX, with the lessor GECAS among those to back out of deals.
LOCKHEED MARTIN'S Skunk Works will continue to evolve the USAF's U-2S Dragon Lady fleet, after it was contracted to provide avionics and system upgrades for the service's high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft.
A photo of the Cassio 1's first flight from the aircraft's tail with its Safran electric engines visible.