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U.S. company Lord Corporation continues to expand its global presence as a key aerospace supplier.
Yuri Slyusar, the new president of Russia’s UAC group, insists its strategy is unchanged by economic challenges.
Safran company targets 15 percent weight saving thanks to composites, integrated parts.
The K-Max was certified in 1994 and the production line was shuttered in 2003 after 38 were built.
Program will test Elbit’s ClearVision infrared enhanced vision system and Nicarnica’s Airborne Volcanic Object Imaging Detector.
The treaty organization expects to begin operating the NATO-1 Global Hawk from Sigonella Air Base, Italy, in 2017.
David Melcher succeeds Marion Blakey as chief executive of the Aerospace Industries Association, representing major U.S. aerospace companies.
The biggest challenge to imagined interoperability could be governments protecting their own systems.
The linkup marks a milestone in the effort to create a system of satellite-based ADS-B receivers in each of Iridium’s 66 next generation satellites.
A recent FAA notice offers guidance on the expansion of 3-nm separation in airspace below FL180 up to and including FL230.