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Korea Aerospace Industries (Stand T98) aims to raise its exposure to the civil side of the aerospace business from its current 35 percent to at least 50 pe
As was true of much of the industry, Israel Aerospace Industries saw a fairly steep dip in sales during 2009, largely due to a marked softening in demand o
As part of a strategy to shed its image as a maker of clever but lonely boxes, ITT’s defense segment last month announced a realignment aimed at propelling
AAR has been appointed as a distributor for the new AirManager air filtration system developed by Quest International to eliminate potentially harmful airb
Aircraft spares specialist AAR is offering a cost-effective parts inventory management program to relieve airlines’ cash flow headaches.
China has threatened to impose sanctions against the U.S.
“When the economy gets tough, people do come out and network, see for themselves and build alliances quickly as they can,” Singapore Airshow & Events (SAe)
After a “stringent multi-vendor review lasting several months,” UK aerospace group Meggitt (Stand AO7) has chosen India-based HCL Technologies’ Engineering
Although pre-owned business aircraft sales are nowhere near the peaks of 18 months ago, the inventory of used aircraft is beginning to recede, according to