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Engine maker Rolls-Royce has come under fire after admitting it is considering building a new hi-tech facility overseas rather than in the UK.
Engine-maker Rolls-Royce agrees to pay Qantas 95m Australian dollars ($100m) after one of its engines on a Qantas plane expoded last year.
Small, sub-surface cracks have been found in three more Southwest Airlines planes like those thought to have caused another to develop a hole in its cabin roof mid-flight
The US carrier Southwest Airlines has grounded for inspection about 80 of its planes after a hole opened up in mid-air in the roof of one of its aircraft.
Virgin Blue was warned that wheels on its Boeing 737 aircraft could crack months before a wheel broke apart after landing in Melbourne, investigators have revealed.
A total of 100 skilled jobs are being created at GE Aviation Wales aircraft engine maintenance factory near Cardiff.
Qantas has begun legal action against the engine supplier Rolls-Royce following the explosion of an engine on one of the airline's Airbus A380s
A judicial review into plans to build a new coal-fired power station at Hunterston in Ayrshire begins at the Court of Session in Edinburgh later.
Rolls-Royce, one of Britain's last remaining manufacturing giants, was facing tough questions over the safety of one of its jet engines last night amid suggestions a design flaw may have caused one to explode.
An engineering firm's expansion plans, which would have created 180 jobs, have been halted after the government cancelled an 80m loan.
SR Technics, the maintenance company that oversees the easyJet fleet, is to close operations at Stansted airport, throwing 345 aviation engineers out of work.
A Japanese company admitted last night that it had falsified data after its seats, used by dozens of international airlines, failed safety tests.
Boeing’s hope for a more profitable future took off yesterday with the maiden flight of its much-delayed 787 Dreamliner, the company’s first new aircraft in 15 years.
More than three years late, Airbus's A400M military transport finally has finally taken to skies in a successful first flight in Seville.
Rolls-Royce says it has won orders to make $2bn(1.2bn) of aircraft engines to power Airbus planes for Air China and Ethiopian Airlines.
A problem with Sikorsky S-92A helicopters — one that was believed to be limited to S-92A choppers used in the European offshore oil industry — has been found in a Halifax-based S-92A.
The aerospace giant has started work on constructing a 46,000 sq m factory at its site in Broughton, North Wales
Manufacturer Sikorsky is telling helicopter companies worldwide to carry out inspections after cracks were found in the gearboxes of S-92 helicopters.
Why has another Airbus crashed, and is flying becoming more risky?
AYemeni airliner Airbus 310 with 153 people on board has crashed in the Indian Ocean
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