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With six of a likely 15 Boeing P-8As now in service, the Royal Australian Air Force has officially declared the type ready for operations.
The modernization of Taiwan's IDF fleet is complete, while an F-16 upgrade is getting under way. The nation is also interested in the F-35.
After a stop-start development, Mil's successor to the legendary Mi-8 series has entered production for the Russian armed forces.
Qatar has finalized a deal with prime contractor Leonardo to buy 28 NH90s for its air force and navy, plus Airbus Helicopters H125 trainers.
Having been rolled out in February, the first Saab GlobalEye has taken to the air for the first time.
The latest Russian SAM system can protect large areas against attacks by aircraft and missiles.
Indonesia’s air force has an interest in acquiring up to five A400Ms, and the state-owned PPI company could be representing the service.
Having undertaken operational sorties for more than two decades, the Predator is handing the RPA baton over to its larger successor, the MQ-9 Reaper.
After years of negotiation, Saudi Arabia announces its intention to proceed with the procurement of 48 more Typhoons to add to its earlier batch.
Both China's J-20 and Russia's Su-57 have reached significant milestones—at least officially—but the programs both face engine-development delays.