Amid growing signs of a dramatic resurgence in the fortunes of the air cargo market, Boeing has inked a deal with Volga-Dnepr Group and CargoLogicHolding firming up an order for five 747-8F and covering a letter of intent for 29 777Fs.
The team behind the Ultimate project for breakthrough engine concepts is here exhibiting three-dimensional mockups of the potential innovation its members have studied.
Bombardier is focused on regaining and capturing a larger market share for its CRJ and Q Series aircraft. Watch as Patrick Baudis, Bombardier's VP Marketing, talks to Aviation Week's Thierry Dubois at the Farnborough Airshow.
Making its Farnborough debut, Mitsubishi Aircraft’s MRJ90 regional jet is performing a striking air-show routine designed to showcase the all-new aircraft’s sword-inspired design and quiet engine noise.
Boeing’s F-15 Eagle will mark a milestone 50 years since its first flight, yet the fighter is enjoying a renaissance with capabilities enabled by the insertion of new technology.
Bombardier is confident that interiors supply-chain challenges that plagued its C Series program will not be an issue on its new CRJ Atmosphère cabin, even though the supplier, Zodiac Aerospace, is the same.
Cyberdefense presents a series of difficult problems for governments, not least that of deciding which branch of the state should lead the response.
Thales has committed to a major R&D investment in digitization, which company chairman and CEO Patrice Caine sees as the way to go for all of its businesses.
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 will not be at Farnborough’s display this year due to minimized Russian participation at the air show.
The introduction of the Lockheed Martin F-35A Adir is the most significant generation leap for the IAF, but it is only part of a constant change, and of the air force’s preparation to meet future challenges