The U.S. Air Force search for a T-X trainer is headed toward a decision by the end of summer.
Singapore is in the market for advanced aircraft for sea surveillance; its neighbors mostly want to add simpler types.
Growing U.S. and international interest in low-cost counterinsurgency aircraft has prompted the development of new aircraft derivatives of existing types.
Can Europe justify two new fighter aircraft? It may have to.
Over a dozen countries have varying needs for upgraded combat aircraft or fleet replacements, with the major OEMs in a fierce competition for their business.
Defense spending is growing worldwide, and industry is reaping the windfall, for now.