A look at how the World Trade Organization decisions and subsequent government moves will affect the aviation industry.
Virgin Galactic and the Italian Air Force signed a contract Oct. 2 to train and carry three Italians into suborbital space aboard SpaceShipTwo to conduct research experiments in flight as soon as next year.
Boeing is noting publicly that orders from China form a key element of its planning for future production totals and assembly rates, but there could be issues.
Boeing’s Q2 earnings will include a $4.9 billion after-tax charge to cover some actual and estimated future expenses linked to the 737 MAX grounding, while a reduced production rate is driving up 737 costs and lowering margins.
With a software-driven product focus, L3 Harris hopes to change the defense industry’s business model.
One of the first casualties of the merger of the communications and sensing companies will be L3’s headquarters in New York City, which will be consolidated with Harris’ existing facility in Melbourne, Florida.
Top-level A&D consolidation is going on afterburner, with the proposal to merge Raytheon and UTC. Will there be more of the same?
Brexit has caused British aerospace suppliers to be frozen out of key tenders.
RATP Group, the company running Paris’ public transport system, has signed agreements with Airbus to study the use of urban air mobility systems in the city.
With two major aerostructures businesses—Triumph Group’s and Bombardier’s—being shopped out for new owners, is there suddenly too much of the same “product” in the marketplace?