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Bell Helicopter’s new CEO, John Garrison, is expecting 2010 to be a flat year in terms of civil deliveries, but he said he sees significant growth on the m
Hawker Beechcraft has delivered the first four of 15 Beechcraft T-6A military trainers scheduled to go to the Iraqi air force under the terms of a pair of
The first two Royal Australian Air Force C-17 pilots began training at a new aircrew training system (ATS) facility at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Sikorsky has launched a technology development organization called Sikorsky Innovations, whose mission is to develop and mature technologies, products and
Unmanned air vehicles for cargo duties have been studied for some years, but the current difficulties being experienced by U.S.
With the program having been declassified last November, the Rafael’s Spike NLOS weapon is being seen here for the first time at a trade show.
Honeywell’s recent move to quite literally get closer to its defense customers around the world is paying dividends quickly in Asia, as the U.S.
Before the long-delayed first flight of the A400M, the new airlifter’s TP400 turboprop was flown 18 times on a C-130 flight test bed (FTB) modified and flo
With J-10A production in full stride, Chengdu is working on integrating new technology, which may lead to an improved production aircraft.
In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, civilian aid agencies and governments have mobilized airlift efforts to fly