Qantas Airways, Australia's biggest airline, on Thursday posted a 7.5 percent fall in first-half underlying profit.
Airbus has been forced to write-off billions of dollars as it struggles to get its beleaguered A400M military plane back on track.
Boeing must sell more 777 and 787 jetliners to keep production plans on track, its chief executive said.
The Comac C919 aircraft is scheduled to take to the skies before July this year, according to state media.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) is looking to tap the expertise of aerospace experts.
Boeing aircraft and U.S. soybeans may be among U.S. goods targeted by China if trade tensions escalate and Beijing retaliates.
D.R. Barton at Moneymorning.com says that he has a muted expectation of Airbus guidance but the strong USD gives the company a competitive edge.
Europe shares closed slightly higher on Tuesday afternoon as investors reacted to fresh data from China and volatility in currency markets.
Iran expects to get its first new jet within weeks under a multibillion-dollar deal with Airbus for 100 planes, a senior official said.
Earlier this month, Airbus marked a milestone with the delivery of its 10,000th aircraft: an A350-900 to Singapore Airlines.
Europe's largest aerospace group pointed to softness in its core commercial jetliner unit and weakness in the commercial helicopter market.
Europe's largest aerospace group said quarterly operating profit before one-off items fell 21 percent to 731 million euros.
Washington and Boeing welcomed a World Trade Organization ruling that criticized the European Union for failing to stop subsidies to Airbus.
Airbus focuses on more hub-and-spoke aircraft models, while Boeing is more targeted with point-to-point models, says Frost & Sullivan's Subhranshu Sekh Das.
It's not just ride-hailing apps and food-delivery start-ups anymore: Venture capitalists are now also exploring space for outsize returns.
Airlines are helping to offset a humanitarian funding hole by delivering relief supplies to needy countries worldwide.
The second-largest US airline by traffic says the new jets will replace its aging aircraft.
Air traffic might be rising, but airlines' problems are starting to weigh on Airbus and Boeing's earnings, says Ken Herbert from Canaccord Genuity.
Fabrice Bregier, president and CEO of Airbus, says the company's new Singapore training center will improve the quality of trained pilots in Asia as the aviation market booms.
The European planemaker is looking for support from airlines for its new 400-seat jetliner to compete against Boeing.