Learjet product manager Anali Stewart explains the process of adding a pocket door on the Wichita-built Learjet 75, which Bombardier says cuts the noise down in the passenger cabin by up to 8 decibels.
McConnell Air Force Base is gearing up for its first air show since 2012. Featuring the Air Force Thunderbirds, eight different aerobatic performers and teams, and fly-bys from an A-10 Warthog, KC-135 tanker and C-17 Globemaster.
Wichita Mayor Jeff Longwell took to the controls of a Lockheed Martin F-35 simulator Wednesday morning during an event at Globe Engineering. Globe manufactures more than 600 parts for the F-35 Lightning II stealth fighter. (Aug. 15, 2018)
Spirit AeroSystems CEO Tom Gentile announced the unveiling of the company's new Global Digital Logistics Center, a seven-story 150,000-square-foot building as part of a $1 billion expansion that includes ober 1,000 new jobs.
Wichita Public Schools along with WSU Tech and Textron Aviation announces it will start the state's first aviation technical education pathway. Through the program students will work towards potential jobs in the aviation industry.
Video released by the National Transportation Safety Board shows an Air Canada plane correct itself after almost landing on the wrong taxiway at San Francisco International Airport. The NTSB is currently investigating the incident.
Global Aviation Technologies started test flying the Air Force's fleet of 19 C-21 jets after updating their avionics at their Wichita plant Thursday. After more updates the first test flight should be Friday morning.
Charles "Chaunce" Chauncey flew 35 missions as a B-29 pilot in World War II. During his interment in Winfield on Thursday, the restored B-29 "Doc" honored Chauncey with a flyover. "Doc" is one of two B-29s still flying.
Air Force Master Sgt. Bartek Bachleda’s idea to prevent neck and back injuries for boom instructors is expected to save the Air Force $132 million a year. The Air Force plans to spend $1.5 million to test his invention.
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