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Information technology (IT) specialist CSC aims to increase its European aerospace and defense business by up to 10 percent year-on-year as it seeks to cap
Air Tractor’s AT-802U light attack and surveillance aircraft made its debut at Paris last year, but comes to Farnborough this year with new capabilities.
Selex Galileo (Stand OE1 & OE2) is displaying a range of its radar, electro-optic/infrared and electronic warfare sensors here at Farnborough.
Qinetiq, which is feeling the squeeze from the dip in research and development budgets, has announced plans to shed several hundred jobs.
<strong>Associated Aircraft To Develop Next-gen IFF</strong><br />U.S.
Bell Helicopter has begun converting OH-58A Kiowa cabins into OH-58D Kiowa Warrior cabins, the company announced here at Farnborough.
<strong>Rolls-Royce Opens JSF LiftSystem Facility</strong><br />Rolls-Royce has opened a new $17 million cell at its Bristol plant dedicated to the manufac
Elbit Systems is showcasing a wide range of its products and capabilities here at Farnborough (Hall 1 Stand C14).
BAE Systems is preparing for the start of flight trials of a landing-vision aid for helicopter pilots that uses millimeter-wave radar to see through browno
In late May, Kaman Aerospace announced that it had received a $2.9 million contract from the U.S.