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Gulfstream overtakes Bombardier as world’s top business jet maker by shipment value

A surge in business aircraft shipments helped Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.

Bombardier Showcases Leading Business Jet Range at LABACE 2013

Bombardier, the world’s leading business aircraft manufacturer, will showcase its leading business jet product portfolio at the 10th annual Latin American Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (LABACE) at Congonhas airport in São Paulo, Brazil from August 14-16, 2013.

New Aircraft Sales Push Durable Goods Orders to a New High

 

The Census Bureau reported that new durable goods orders rose 4.2 percent in June, lifting it to an all-time high. The $244.5 billion is new orders in June surpassed the past high of $243.0 billion in December 2007.

Honeywell eyes aircraft parts sales as new-plane bids slow

Honeywell International Inc.'s aerospace business will complete a study by the end of July to plan an expansion in the $45 billion market for aircraft mechanical parts, said Tim Mahoney, the unit's CEO. 

Honeywell, which last year had $1 billion of sales from mechanical components, such as

Boeing profit beats Street as commercial plane sales soar

 

Boeing Co (BA.N) will turn out more jetliners at higher profit margins in coming years but sees looming risk in the defense sector as Pentagon spending cuts take effect, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday. 

The World's Fastest Business Jet?

Despite enormous odds, a small aircraft startup hopes to sell the world’s fastest business plane, one styled after a military fighter jet.
Saker Aircraft is pitching its two-seat S-1 as the only airplane able to fly business exe

German industrial orders fly high on aircraft sales

Germany's manufacturing industry saw overall rising demand in June, boosting order books to their highest levels in almost a year.

Sales up, skies bright for Cirrus Aircraft

The folks at Cirrus Aircraft have reason to feel good about the latest industry numbers.

After hitting a 11-year low in 2012, airplane shipments were up nearly 25 percent in the first six months of 2013 compared

New Gulfstream G280 certified for China, Canada

Savannah-based Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.