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Competing With Boeing’s 787 is one reason Airbus is looking at a larger A330neo, which it launched at the last Farnborough show in 2014.
The Trent 7000 powerplant for the Airbus A330 Neo represents “a pretty active program,” says Rolls-Royce customer marketing head Peter Johnston.
There is nowhere you can find the curious and circuitous story about the civil use of unmanned aircraft, except in this new non-fiction book.
The company is now approved to manufacture landing gear for Chinese aircraft programs.
UMS Skeldar stake has helped Saab keep a stake in unmanned systems while focusing on Gripen export customers.
The biennial Farnborough Air Show will take place in mid-July, with the F-35 expected (yet again) to make its debut.
New details of how the all-British UCAV was demonstrated have been revealed.
Aerospace companies looking to invest in the state will receive a warm welcome and help finding quality talent.
Flight tests involving the General Atomics-built Ikhana Predator B are supporting the development of minimum operational performance standards
Known for restarting the Twin Otter production line, Viking Air will provide support for the approximately 170 CL-415 and CL-215 firebombers in service.