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The mostly composite helicopter–dubbed the “King Stallion”–will fly by year-end, with operational service expected in 2019.
Boeing's 787-9 has benefitted from what company executives describe as "learnings" from the 787-8 program.
The VXX will replace the aging fleet of Sikorsky VH-3Ds and VH-60Ns flown by Marine Helicopter Squadron One for presidential and VIP transport.
The Advanced Precision Kill Weapon will be fitted on new Royal Jordanian Air Force CASA-235 light gunships.
To fit new designs into the present production scheme while maintaining flow times, Boeing must consider how long each part takes to build.
Flight status moves the program closer to full-scale production.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes v-p of airplane development Scott Fancher issued an upbeat assessment of all of the company's big development programs.
The MC-27J Praetorian concept retains the capability of the regular C-27J but can be rapidly converted for special missions.
RAC MiG is working on new versions of the aircraft more capable than the current MiG-31BM.