As countries await Trump administration decision on Turkey sanctions, moods split between defiance and caution.
TyTAN has reduced Typhoon operating costs by nearly 40%; BAE believes it could achieve similar savings on the F-35.
Saab flies Brazilian Gripen; India accepts last C-17; U.S. to sell Japan SM-3 Block IIA missiles; Elbit to equip KC-390 with EW system.
BAE’s Tempest factory will say goodbye to jigs and tooling in favor of introducing robots, digital twins and joining methods.
Commonality and advanced technology in its future F-16 force will compensate Taiwan for the long wait in placing an order.
The U.S. Navy is working on various challenges for the last of the Joint Strike Fighter versions, still hoping to have it ready for battle by early next year.
The $805 million contract is just the start of what might blossom into $7 billion in carrier-based, aerial refueling tanker work.
India plans to buy maritime helicopters; quantifying the space force; aerospace wins AI challenge, and Brazil joins space situational awareness team.
Boeing and Airbus should review the current practice of air show order announcements
Hypersonic weapons testing and fielding will enhance the B-52H’s long-range strike capability.
The top 10 countries account for 87% of world aerospace output, but will face a challenge by China as it tries to assert aerospace dominance.