Next year Germany’s defense ministry plans to spend €7.4 billion ($8.2 billion) on armaments and €1.5 billion on new technology development.
Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East has cautioned that aviation’s share of worldwide emissions could hit 20-25%, up from around 2.5% today, if the industry does not act quickly enough on sustainability.
Dutch LCC Transavia will launch services to 14 European and North African destinations from its new base at Montpellier Méditerranée Airport in southern France in April 2020.
Airbus A380 operators face repetitive inspections of ram air turbines to ensure water is not accumulating in gearbox fluids, which could freeze and prevent the back-up power-generation source from working when needed.
Russia’s largest airline group Aeroflot will resume its fleet expansion in 2020.
As the U.S. military develops and deploys a host of new anti-ship cruise missiles, a Russian admiral says a MiG-31 demoed an ability to shoot down such a threat with an air-to-air missile.
A new study by German researchers says more knowledge of air taxis leads to a greater willingness to use them.