News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
British Prime Minister David Cameron reaffirmed the UK’s commitment to the e-scan radar here at Farnborough on Monday.
The combi Q400 offers up to 8,200 pounds of cargo capacity and as much as 1,150 cubic feet of volume. The high-cargo version can also hold 50 passengers .
Japan-based Kobe is to provide titanium landing gear forgings for the new Airbus twin-jet.
Show-goers can find F-35 models, parts and simulators on display, but the four F-35Bs slated to fly to the UK remain grounded at NAS Patuxent River.
With the Bauhaus Luftfahrt, Rolls-Royce and MTU, two projects are targeting distributed thrust. The Quadcruiser combines rotary- and fixed-wing.
Lycoming’s first UAS project dates to World War II and an unmanned twin-engine aircraft.
Company also announces million-hour milestone for AW139 fleet.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes senior vice president of programs Pat Shanahan sees flow times decreasing in a now stable production environment.
Hybrid air vehicles could finally fulfill the promise once offered by airships.
Airship pioneer led a series of British companies specializing in lighter-than-air technology for nearly 40 years.