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The first passenger flight of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is expected to take off on Tuesday at 10:00 AM PT (weather permitting). The new jet will include one very interested passenger - SmartPlanet's John Dodge.
The Construction of the Saturn V Launch Vehicle by Boeing, North American Aviation, and Douglas Aircraft.
Customs has been trialling a spy plane to patrol Australia's borders, flying surveillance low and slow to get into the dirty details of shipping.
Singapore Airlines, the first carrier to take ownership of the world's largest passenger jet, the Airbus A380, has flown its inaugural commercial flight from Singapore to Sydney. ZDNet Australia visited Sydney Airport to see what customers can expect from what's been dubbed the "big fella".
Honeywell has a new safety system to show a pilot where the plane is in the sky when visibility is low.
At the 46th Paris Air Show, visitors get a glimpse of tomorrow's aircraft.
Military researchers are studying ways to mount laser weapons on aircraft, primarily to destroy ballistic missiles. Here, a modified Boeing 747-400 freighter undergoes flight testing.
Specially equipped low-flying commuter aircraft starred in a recent experiment designed to gather weather data.
UAVs prowl the skies over Iraq and along the border of Mexico--and they might soon fly more widely in U.S. airspace.
Iran military tests small propeller-driven aircraft that flies low over water surface at up to 100 knots.
Airlines showed off some of their new passenger comforts at the Aircraft Interiors Expo.
Aviation companies are looking to small planes to bring down the cost of air taxi service and corporate jet ownership.
Tech students in Japan load a lightweight aircraft with one pilot and lots and lots of batteries.
The Berlin Air Show is where military and civilian airplane shoppers can see everything from drones to Airbuses.
Sheriff's department envisions using SkySeer UAV to assist in surveillance and rescue operations.