New long-range weapons in development by the Army overtake roles now assumed by the U.S. Air Force combat fleet.
What aerospace companies can learn from the MAX crisis.
Four contenders are each offering different configurations for the U.S. Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program. A fifth remains under wraps.
U.S. Army expands next tactical missile’s range; what an FVL program may cost; KAI begins building KF-X prototype; France and Germany to sign FCAS deal.
If battery power can be kept to a minimum, parallel hybrid-electric propulsion could provide significant fuel savings over short airline flights.
Off-the-shelf contenders emerge as rivals to a nearly decade-old centerline engine development program for the Army’s high-speed replacement for the UH-60.
Orders for narrowbodies that can fly long-haul routes have recently been promising, but there are differing views on the potential impact for low-cost carriers.
Musical chairs at Boeing mean new seats of power
With Muilenburg’s demotion from chairman due to the MAX, a whole host of issues at Boeing now face a different cast of decision-makers and new conditions.
Certification testing specialist promotes the concept of commercially operated civil supersonic corridor for overland flight testing.
The four proposed types, of successively larger size, would have payloads of 0.3-100 metric tons. A fifth is intended to carry a rocket for space launch.