[UPDATE] Bombardier to build flagship jetliner at Pearson airport
High-tech plant would take over final assembly of Bombardier’s Global business jet series.
European Union fails to end illegal subsidies for Airbus: WTO
Panel found that the EU had not taken sufficient steps to end harm to Boeing.
Military facing delay in delivery of new search and rescue plane
Problem revolves around exactly which details Airbus needs to include in the documents.
Russian airline Aurora buying five Dash 8-400s turboprops
Currently operates eight De Havilland Dash 8 aircraft.
Boeing settles several more lawsuits over Max plane crashes
Aerospace company has spent about a year making changes to flight software that played a role in the crashes.
Heroux-Devtek reports quarterly sales boosted by acquisitions
Nearly doubled the $5.3 million in operating income posted in the same period of 2018.
Bombardier sells aerostructures business to Spirit AeroSystems, reports Q3 loss
Spirit will pay US$500 million in cash.
De Havilland Canada books first firm Dash 8-400 order
The turboprop, 78-seat aircraft will be operated by Air Tanzania.
After decades in development, Honda’s jets quietly evolving
The Tokyo-based corporation faces decisions about how much to build its aircraft division.
Airline went into records after Max crash, engineer says
Ethiopian Airlines’ whistleblower points to pattern of corruption including fabricating documents, signing off on shoddy repairs and even beating those who got out of line.
US tariffs on EU goods would include cheese, wine, aircraft
WTO ruled the US could retaliate over illegal aid that the 28-country EU gave to Airbus.
NASA lander captures marsquakes, other Martian sounds
InSight arrived at Mars last November and recorded its first seismic rumbling in April.
US cleared to slap US$7.5B in tariffs on EU over Airbus case
Tariffs can take effect no earlier than mid-October because a key WTO panel needs to formally sign off on them first.
Reports say Boeing insider filed safety complaint about Max
Faulty data from sensors triggered an automatic nose-down push that pilots were not able to overcome before crashes in Indonesia last October and in Ethiopia in March.
NASA chief says security needed to explore space safely
U.S. and Japanese governments are expanding their security alliance into space amid China’s growing activity.