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The Royal Air Force (RAF) will emerge from the current UK Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) with only two types of airlifter, two types of fight
Northrop Grumman rolled out the X-47B UCAS-D (unmanned combat air system-demonstrator) in December 2008 and since then has been busy preparing the first of
<strong>Michelin Inks 425-Aircraft Tire Deal</strong><br />Tire manufacturer Michelin has signed two 10-year contracts with Air France and KLM to provide t
<strong>AIN</strong> defense editor Chris Pocock will be signing copies of his new book here at Farnborough today and tomorrow.
Diamond Aircraft founder and CEO Christian Dries yesterday revealed plans to develop a fully aerobatic, tandem two-seat military trainer version of the D-J
Buoyed by last week’s endorsement of the F-35 from Canada, Lockheed Martin vice president Tom Burbage, delivered a business-as-usual update on the Joint St
<strong>Royal Air Maroc Picks Snecma for CFM56-7 Mx </strong><br />Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has chosen Snecma to maintain the CFM56-7B engines that power its
A plan for the industrial and technological base of future European military aerospace moved forward with the signing of a contract for a one-year study to
Last week, Vince Cable, the business secretary in the new British government, heavily criticized the supply of 14 A330MRTTs to the Royal Air Force (RAF) as
Boeing announced here yesterday a set of potential enhancements to the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet that it will market to export prospects.