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NATO is spending $1 billion on keeping its aging AWACS aircraft concurrent with technology while it begins the search for a replacement in 2035.
Three of the military version of the Mi-38 have been built and will be used for military evaluation trials by the Russian defense ministry.
With the flight of the first series aircraft for Sweden, Saab now has five Gripen Es in the air, including one destined for the Brazilian air force.
Ryan Aerospace's new Helimod Mark III Plus helicopter simulator adds full control loading.
Spain’s Ejército del Aire is joining a growing group of air arms that are replacing jet trainers with high-performance turboprops.
Russia’s strategic airlifter program is advancing into validation of the advanced wing, while Ukraine is hoping to re-launch production of the An-225.
Russia has donated two MiG-29s to Mongolia to restore a fast-jet capability the air force lost with the withdrawal of the last MiG-21s.
Afghan Air Force's fleet of MD 530Fs has increased to 60.
Hungary is undertaking a major overhaul of its rotary-wing forces, while Montenegro is seeking to add light multi-role machines.
The RNZAF has an urgent need to replace its elderly first-generation Hercules, which are over 50 years old.