Paris Air Show 2009

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Show boosts aerospace’s stock but hard times may still linger

If you can imagine the Paris Air Show as a stock market then what it has enjoyed this week is a nothing less than a rally–and a very welcome one at

IAI tanker program advances

While Boeing and Northrop Grumman/EADS prepare to lock horns again for the U.S.

Visitors up for Asian Aerospace in Hong Kong

The 2009 Asian Aerospace show in Hong Kong is set to achieve significant growth in visitor numbers with organizers reporting that pre-registrations are mor

Product life cycle is key to end project chaos

Managing aircraft programs is a complex process that should not be underestimated.

Hermes 90 targets U.S. forces

Hermes 90, the latest member of Elbit’s UAV family, is on show here at Paris for the first time.

Tanker protagonists square off for round three of U.S. bid

Battle lines were drawn here this week for round three of the Great Tanker War.

Jet Republic goes green with Bombardier

New private jet fractional ownership partner Jet Republic yesterday joined Bombardier Aerospace’s Offset Program for its initial fleet of 25 Learjet 60XRs

GE to test open-rotor fan engine

GE Aviation and NASA are to ground test five sets of new subscale blades for open-rotor engines at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

Airbus offshoot starts aircraft dismantling business in Tarbes

Tarmac Aerosave–an Airbus joint venture with waste treatment specialist Sita, engine maker Snecma, engineering firm Aeroconseil, maintenance company Equip’

TP400 nears Fadec trials, certification

Engine consortium Europrop International (EPI) is now just 300 test hours away from certification of its 11,000-shp TP400 turboprop for the Airbus A400M mi