Britain’s aerospace industry is waking up to Brexit certainty after Prime Minister Boris Johnson secured a landslide majority in a Dec. 12 general election.
Long in coming, the Epic turboprop finally earns its type certificate.
Raytheon says its Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW) will be cleared to fly on the F-35A within days.
Pilots approaching a runway were able to see a drone encroaching on their airspace 30% of the time, according to a study by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Oklahoma State University (OSU).
The latest Garmin G3000 NX avionics package includes an emergency autoland function, essentially a virtual, digital copilot that can take control of the aircraft and land it safely.
There have been no images or statements released, but growing evidence points to the existence of the stealthy RQ-180 and its use in regular front-line service.
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Flight testing of the five-seat electric vertical takeoff and landing platform is proceeding apace at the Oberpfaffenhofen airfield near Munich.
UK startup Vertical Aerospace has completed unmanned flight testing of a second full-scale prototype as it works to develop a certifiable electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) air taxi.
The Raider-X coaxial rigid-rotor compound helicopter is a development of the S-97 Raider prototype now in flight testing, but is about 20% larger.