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A number of new players are entering the private aviation business. Who will come out on top?
Virtual reality and streaming content from sites like Netflix is the future of in-flight entertainment, industry leaders told CNBC.
China and Russia are aiming to take on Boeing and Airbus in the narrowbody plane segment, the most popular type of aircraft for carriers.
Europe's Airbus on Tuesday cut the delivery target for its A380 superjumbo to 12 a year from 2018, to prevent a glut of unsold planes.
Russian plane maker Sukhoi unveiled the world's first private jet kitted out specifically for sports teams at the Farnborough air show on Tuesday.
3D printing satellites in outer space might sound like the stuff of sci-fi movies, but that's exactly where the aerospace industry's biggest players are heading.
Airbus is one company trying to reinvent the way we imagine our airplane cabins. From VR technology to connectivity. CNBC's Phil Han reports.
Boeing's newest plane, the 737 Max made its first public debut at the Farnborough International Air Show. CNBC's Phil Han was there to find out what all the excitement is about.
Qatar Airways is "seriously" talking to Boeing about buying a "large number" of its 737 Max aircraft, just weeks after it canceled its first order for Airbus's rival plane.
Flight delays are annoying, but technology designed to automate everything from air traffic control to baggage check-in could make them a thing of the past.
Virgin Atlantic signed a deal to buy 12 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft as part of a $4.4 billion order which will help the British-based airline modernize its fleet.
The price of Lockheed Martin's F-35 fighter jet is coming down as commercial sales, CEO Marillyn Hewson says.
Boeing announced a new partnership with the U.K. government on Monday, involving buying new military aircraft.
A new jetliner with wider passenger seats is wowing airplane fans at the Farnborough Airshow in the U.K. this week.
Brexit jitters are causing some firms to re-evaluate their British investments, but U.S. defense giants Boeing and Raytheon say they’re staying put.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg tells CNBC he sees "significant opportunity" in selling aircraft to Iran - but if we can't, neither should our rivals.