GPS outages disrupt Israeli airports; U.S. Army’s first JAGM firing tests; Israel investigating cause of GPS blackout.
With a software-driven product focus, L3 Harris hopes to change the defense industry’s business model.
The U.S. is unsure if the EU understands the unintended consequences of the PESCO policy.
The Airbus/Boeing duopoly is stronger than ever
Bombardier launched the C Series in 2008 as airlines sought more efficient aircraft. The step transformed the industry, but differently than expected.
With SAMI in place, Riyadh wants to become an aerostructures hub and a partner on a future combat aircraft.
Airbus’ low-risk launch of the A321XLR adds to the pressure on Boeing to react sooner rather than later with plans for its new midmarket airplane.
A new core processor and software architecture opens up possibilities for F-35 weapons and sensors.
The globe-trotting aerospace reporter and former Aviation Week & Space Technology editor-in-chief died June 21 at age 83.
In choosing the largest and most costly maritime patroller available, South Korea has uprated what emerged as a requirement for a second-tier backup the P-3.
With a £74 billion turnover, UK is one of the major players in global aerospace sector.