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.
U.S. sells 12 helos to Czech Republic, hold ups for Space Force, NASA selects primary, backup sites for asteroid sample collection, U.S. Army selects five platoons for FTUAS demo and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.
Lockheed tests ground-launched long-range missile; Japan to keep making F-35s; Space Fence nears start of ops; NATO training center opens.
UH-60M acquisition likely precedes full Croatian ‘Hip’ replacement, Stratolaunch announces plans to become a high-speed testbed provider, Serbia adds Russian Mi-35Ms to helo fleet, unveiled missile defense for mid-cabin bizjets, Blue Origin's new Shepard aces 12th suborbital flight and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.
After three spacewalks, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer is almost ready to resume collecting cosmic rays.
Synthetic training environments should be founded on common terrain and threat databases, military leaders say.
Harbour Air flies first electric commercial aircraft, agreements to establish a new U.S. Space Force, Japan's potential ¥30B spend on future fighters, missing KC-130 and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.
MiG confirms high-speed combat UAS Project, Aero Vodochody flies second prototype L-39NG, NASA weighs Artemis options, Saab flies first production Gripen E for Swedish Air Force and more. A roundup of aerospace, space and defense news.
The fury of space launches, the love of flight in a woman’s eye, heart-shaped vapor trails and the world’s largest aircraft are among the subjects of some of this year's most compelling photos.
This year’s Aviation Week Photo Contest winners include a Canadian Snowbirds pilot, aerospace engineers, a space policy expert and a commercial pilot.