Designed specifically for the 100- to 150-seat market, the plane was developed by Bombardier in Mirabel, Quebec, Canada, before joining the Airbus product lineup.
$10.4 million in U.S. Department of Transportation money will soon be flowing to the Rocket City’s airport to improve infrastructure.
Defense contracting giant Lockheed Martin said early this summer that it won’t take part in the race to design the U.S. Navy’s new frigate,...
A surprise call from NASA in 1987 changed Angelia Walker’s life. The Phenix City native was starting her first semester at Columbia Theological Seminary...
Government officials at the Paris Air Show this week brought home news of new and expanding aviation and aerospace suppliers, while north Alabama’s Boeing and south Alabama’s Airbus notched up aircraft sales.
Aerojet Rocketdyne officials cut the ribbon on an Advanced Manufacturing Facility at the company's Defense Headquarters building in Huntsville.
Southern Sky Aviation, the sixth air charter company in the state, is also filling a big gap in in-state aircraft maintenance.
When the new Airbus A220 line gears up, Mobile will be the fourth largest producer of commercial aircraft in the world.
Dubbed an aviation experience center, Flight Works will offer interactive exhibits to lure young people and adults to aviation careers.
Hawaiian Airlines took delivery in June of the first US-built A321 new-engine-option aircraft at Mobile’s Airbus final assembly line.