Flight testing of the Mitsubishi Aircraft MRJ has addressed the areas of greatest risk, the company said.
Fifty nations and regions are taking part in the Singapore Airshow, including 65 of the top 100 aerospace companies, amongst the 1,062 firms displaying their wares at this show.
The integration of the ALCM into the Su-34 frontline bombers and Su-35S multi-role fighter jets of the Russian Aerospace Forces is not ruled out.
Lockheed Martin’s F-35 will expand its presence in the Asia-Pacific region this year, as Australia, Japan, and South Korea begin populating their first Joint Strike Fighter bases.
Continued strength in services and support is improving Pratt & Whitney’s bottom line, a trend that’s likely to continue this year.
The Engine Services division of Lufthansa Technik AG is preparing for future engine types and a growing business in engine maintenance. The company has invested roughly €7 million (US$8.7 million).
Airlines across Asia-Pacific are giving Boeing’s proposed new mid-market airplane high marks on the basis of the concept’s unusual combination of a relatively high passenger capacity and wide range capability.
Israel has dominance in the military unmanned aerial system market but now, internal and external competition and other factors are eroding that lead this small Middle Eastern state has held since 1985.
Air Baltic CEO Martin Gauss says there is a now a sufficient supply of Pratt & Whitney PW1500G spare engines as the airline continues to have to replace powerplants on wing earlier than planned.
Engines That Can Fix Themselves?
Rolls-Royce has launched the IntelligentEngine, an all-embracing digital strategy which the company says represents a paradigm shift in the way it designs, produces and supports propulsion systems.