United returns 787s to revenue service
United Airlines resumed revenue flights on its fleet of Boeing 787-8 aircraft today, a little more than a month since the US Federal Aviation Administration...
EBACE: Still no decision on ACJ320neo launch, says Airbus
Airbus maintains that no decision has been taken over the launch of a re-engined version of the ACJ320 family, despite slots being reserved for the corporate jet line once production of Neo airliners begins in the next few years
EBACE: Rockwell Collins adds features to Ascend system
Rockwell Collins [stand 423] today unveiled a series of new features for its Ascend flight operations system, which provides business aircraft operators...
EBACE: ExcelAire nets approval for Legacy 600 flights to London City
US jet charter specialist ExcelAire has gained approval to operate its fleet of five Embraer Legacy 600s into London City airport.
EBACE: Africa to launch business aviation show
African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) chairman Tarek Ragheb today announced the launch of AfBAA Expo.
EBACE: Boeing discussing heavier 737 Max 8 option to hit BBJ range target
Boeing has revealed a new option is under consideration to develop a business jet version of the 737 Max with 7,000nm (13,000km) range.
UK spaceflight gets a boost with Peake selection for 2015 ISS mission
Europe's contribution to the International Space Station crew rota has been agreed up to April 2016 with the selection of Timothy Peake to join expedition...
EBACE: Dassault marks 50 years of Falcon at Geneva
Dassault is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its Falcon brand at EBACE by showing off one of the latest members of the family - although not the long-anticipated...
UK confirms Brimstone trials plan for Reaper
A retained Royal Air Force fleet of General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Reaper remotely piloted air systems (RPAS) could soon gain the ability to use a UK-developed weapon system, the Ministry of Defence has confirmed.
EBACE: Beechcraft ditches protection talk to focus on potential
Beechcraft is at EBACE to tell the market unequivocally that it is back in business as a manufacturer and developer of pistons and turboprop aircraft