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NASA's Dragonfly eight-rotor drone will search for signs of life on Saturn moon Titan beginning in 2034.
Inventory management and logistics agreement covers Ontic's Boeing 777 fuel measurement system wiring harness products.
Airbus and Safran are teaming on new eco-friendly VTOL technologies as part of the Horizon Europe program
Winner of contest to build VTOL personal flying device to claim $100,000 Disruptor Award.
Thales says artificial intelligence should be TrUE—TRansparent, Understandable and Ethical—and Sustainable.
Three Apollo astronauts recalled their lunar exploits a half-century later at the 2019 Paris Air Show.
The European Maritime Safety Agency is exploring the use of UAVs to help monitor continental waters.
Airshow organizers report more than 90 percent of exhibit space either sold or committed.
Forecast calculates more than 30,000 transport aircraft will be produced over through 2033, and 3,401 fighters will be produced through 2028.
U.S. systems manufacturer touts developments and contracts with Boeing, Piaggio, Vericor, and others.