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The HondaJet Elite at the Paris Air Show in June.

I checked out Honda’s $5 million private jet, one of the cheapest in the world, and saw just how much your money gets you

The HondaJet Elite promises fuel efficiency and the ability to carry up to seven people in a larger, quieter cabin with adjustable tables and seats.
The exterior of a Prime Air Boeing 737-800BCF plane.

Take a look inside an Amazon Air Boeing 737, the latest weapon in Jeff Bezos’ master plan to win the delivery wars

Amazon uses its own planes to ensure a speedy delivery, and it just announced that it was taking on 15 more Boeing 737-800BCFs as part of this.
An Airbus A330 NEO flies past a Boeing sign at the 2019 International Paris Air Show.

After a nightmare year, Boeing made an unexpected success of the world’s biggest airshow, avoiding a humiliation by arch-rival Airbus

Boeing locked down big orders and scored some unexpected victories that riled Airbus, though Airbus had more orders and a new plane to announce.

Airbus just scored another big order for its new transatlantic fleet, which is set to edge out Boeing

The new long-range single-aisle A321XLR aircraft is the star of the Paris Air Show. Boeing wasn't able to announce its model in time for the show.
French Air Force Patrouille de France teams are seen during a training, on the eve of the opening of the 53rd International Paris Air Show at Le Bourget Airport near Paris, France, June 16 2019.

An electric plane, an experimental flying taxi, and French patriotism: 19 incredible images from the world’s largest air show

The 53rd Paris Air Show kicked off Monday. Here are 19 incredible images of aircraft from around the world.
Boeing's 737 Max fleet.

British Airways parent company IAG is buying 200 Boeing 737 Max jets — the first big public order since 2 of the aircraft crashed

International Airlines Group (IAG) said on Tuesday at the Paris Air Show that it would spend $24 billion on a new fleet of the troubled 737 Max jets.
A computer rendering of the new Airbus A321XLR.

Airbus says it has the technology to fly planes with no pilots, but the challenge will be convincing people to get on them

"This is not a matter of technology — it's a matter of interaction with the regulators, the perception in the traveling public," Airbus said Monday.
Boeing Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith addresses a "Boeing Business Update" press conference on the first day of the International Paris Air Show on June 17, 2019 at Le Bourget Airport, near Paris.

A Boeing executive reportedly said the company is open to a new name for the embattled 737 Max, which remains grounded worldwide after 2 deadly crashe...

“We’re committed to doing what we need to do to restore it. If that means changing the brand to restoreit, then we’ll address that," Boeing's CFO said.
A computer rendering of an Airbus A321XLR.

Airbus leapt ahead of Boeing in an untapped market by launching a smaller plane for long-haul flights

Airbus just announced the A321XLR, new a long-range, single-aisle airliner, at the Paris Air Show, and said 27 have already been ordered.

Here’s some of the hardware on display at this year’s Paris Air Show

French President Emmanuel Macron opened the weeklong event on Tuesday, and sophisticated flying machines have been on display each day since.