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Gulfstream second quarter shipments hit by Brexit concerns
Brexit jitters hit sales of Gulfstream business jets in the second quarter, but the outlook for the US airframer for the remainder of 2016 is robust, according to parent company General Dynamics.
Piaggio to focus on military market, plans to divest civil MRO business
Piaggio Aerospace is to shed its non-core civil maintenance and engine overhaul business and focus its efforts almost entirely on military platforms in a major reshaping of the Italian company's portfolio.
GE reaches investment deal with Czech government for ATP engine facility
The Czech government has approved a deal with GE Aviation to build a new 350 million ($385 million) facility in the country to house development, testing and production of its new advanced turboprop (ATP) engine family.
OSHKOSH: Embraer unveils improved Phenom 100 Evolution
Embraer on 26 July launched development of a major avionics and power upgrade of the Phenom 100 entry level business jet, converting orders from two existing fleet customers in the UAE and Mexico.
OSHKOSH: JetBlue A321 arrival leads Tuesday picture round-up
One day after the Martin Mars made a splash at Oshkosh, JetBlue Airways made waves by flying in an Airbus A321 only minutes after confirming a new order for 30 of the single-aisle jets. The aircraft nicknamed "BluesMobile" is the first A321 delivered from Airbus' fourth and newest final assembly line for A320 family aircraft in Mobile, Alabama.