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India’s primary aircraft manufacturer is proposing a highly capable advanced trainer with the potential to be re-roled for operational duties.
Safran Helicopter Engines is partnering with Hindustan Aeronautics to develop an engine for the 13-ton Indian Multi-Role Helicopter.
Flight automation specialist Reliable Robotics is conducting a feasibility study into how military transport aircraft could fly without a pilot on board.
The Turkish Aerospace Hürjet advanced trainer has entered the pre-first flight test phase, including powering up the F404 engine for the first time.
The Chinese surveillance balloon had been tracked across Canada and the U.S. amid worldwide public interest.
The new T-54A twin turboprop aircraft is based on the King Air 260, and will replace the T-44C, an earlier King Air derivative.
Repositioning and retrieving aircraft is one of the tasks that the CH-53K military helicopter will perform in its operational life.
The Middle East nation's air force has operated Fighting Falcon fighters for many years, and is now refreshing the fleet with AESA-equipped aircraft.
Sikorsky delivered its 5,000th Black Hawk Helicopter to the U.S. Army, which plans to fly the type for at least another 40 years.
The CAE Army contract is valued at $250 million through 2032, including option years, and encompasses virtual, simulation, and aircraft training.