The Singapore Airshow was billed as one of the most important aerospace exhibitions in the world. Here are some of the highlights. » Read More
While Asia may be seeing growth, private jet manufactures are turning to the U.S. to drive big orders as the world's largest economy recovers.
As competition between budget airlines heats up, the appeal in going low-cost for the long-haul appears to be growing.
Qatar Airways will be expecting its first Airbus A350 delivery this year. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah speaks to CEO Akbar Al Baker on the airline's fleet expansion plans.
Always wanted to see what it's like to pilot an aircraft or a military helicopter? CNBC's Sri Jegarajah tries out the various flight simulations at the Singapore Airshow 2014.
John Garrison, CEO at Bell Helicopter, describes the level of interest from Asian defense buyers for the firm's V-22 aircraft.
Inside the cargo hold of a Boeing C-17 transport plane, Herbert Carlisle, United States Commander of the Pacific Air Forces, discusses how the plane is used for relief operations.
George Standridge, Vice President of Business Development at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, discusses its wave energy project and how it is being affected by reduced U.S. military budgets.
On board a Gulfstream G650 at the Singapore Airshow, Joe Lombardo, Executive Vice President, Aerospace Group, General Dynamics, describes the firm's growth strategy.
China's decision to open up its skies could be a “game changing” move for low-cost carriers, Honeywell Aerospace said on Tuesday.
Christian Scherer, Head of Commercial at Airbus Defense and Space, explains why economic growth, not regional tensions, is fueling Asia's need for defense technology.
With India set to welcome at least two new airlines this year, the country's aviation sector may be on the brink of a bitter war, say analysts.
A fresh fleet of fuel-efficient Boeing 787s will be a "game-changer" for Singapore Airlines' budget carrier Scoot, the firm's CEO told CNBC.
CNBC's Sri Jegarajah sat down with Mike Arcamone, Bombardier's President for Commercial Aircrafts, in a mock- up C-Series jet and asked him if orders in emerging Asia are growing.
Frank Kendall, U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, warns that the rate of production for the F-35 program might slow.
Richard Bruton, Ireland Minister for Jobs, discusses foreign investment in Ireland and the country's plans to launch a dedicated platform for aviation-related debt.
Michael Huerta, Administrator, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, says Indian authorities must be able to provide oversight of their carriers.
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A high speed train service linking Hong Kong to southern China gets started on Sunday. Officials see it as a major breakthrough in convenience with important economic benefits, while critics in Hong Kong say it marks an erosion of its autonomy.
American Airlines, the world's largest airline, will charge customers $5 more for the first and second checked bags for travel in the U.S., Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands and the Caribbean, the company said Thursday.
Frontier Airlines, the 10th largest U.S. airline by passengers carried, says it won't change for date changes days or more before a flight, and cuts fees for those made up to two weeks before the date of travel. Fare changes still apply.