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Teamed with Gulfstream and L-3, Northrop Grumman believes its JStars platform could be ready well ahead of current USAF plans.
Sixty years after its first flight, the fabled spyplane is the testbed for revolutionary plug-and-play technology.
Company expects to finish final aircraft-level ground testing and inspection by end of this month
Eclipse distributor Aeris Aviation teamed with Harrods to display a Harrods Special Edition variant, complete with custom paint scheme.
UK airline is still looking to offload seven Embraer 195 jets.
The Legacy 450 can seat up to nine passengers and boasts a flat-floor, stand-up six-foot-tall cabin with a six-foot 10-inch cross section.
The Russian naval air arm wants more than 50 Su-30SMs, and the soon-to-fly Brahmos cruise missile.
Pittsburgh, Pa.-based aircraft charter and management firm Aircraft Management Group (AMG) was among the first operators to take delivery.
Valued at $1.49 billion, the contract modification includes the first P-8As for delivery to the Royal Australian Air Force.
The manufacturer does not expect major disruptions to fleet plans by Aeroflot and Transaero, Russia's two largest airlines.