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Strong deliveries drive Airbus H1 results

Airbus on 31 July announced half-year revenues of EUR30.9 billion (USD34.4 billion), which the European aerospace and defence group said mainly reflected “higher commercial aircraft deliveries and favourable foreign exchange”. Airbus Defence and Space...

Strong deliveries drive Airbus H1 results

Airbus on 31 July announced half-year revenues of EUR30.9 billion (USD34.4 billion), which the European aerospace and defence group said mainly reflected “higher commercial aircraft deliveries and favourable foreign exchange”. Airbus Defence and Space...

Turkey opens laboratory to design and produce engines

Turkey opened its first test and research laboratory on 29 July at Tusaş Engines Industries’ (TEI’s) facilities in Eskişehir, central Anatolia. The laboratory will pave the way for Turkey to design and build its...

Fourth Tide-class RFA enters service

Following a formal dedication service held in Portland, Dorset, on 30 July, the UK Royal Fleet Auxiliary’s (RFA’s) fourth Tide-class tanker, RFA Tideforce, has officially entered operational service. The 39,000-tonne tanker will join sister...

Defence and helicopter sales propel Leonardo

Strong demand in both its Defence Electronics & Security and Helicopters segments helped Leonardo to post half-year 2019 revenues of EUR5.96 billion (USD6.64 billion): a 6.7% year-on-year increase. Across its four divisions (the others...

Pakistan Army King Air crashes

A Pakistan Army Aviation King Air 350 turboprop has crashed during a training flight. At least 18 people were killed in the accident. The incident took place in Rawalpindi. Source …read more Read more...

Raytheon, DARPA complete design review for new hypersonic weapon

U.S. weapons maker Raytheon Co. in coordination with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) completed a successful baseline design review for the Tactical Boost Glide hypersonic weapons program, establishing the company’s technical approach...

India signs contract to buy more R-27 missiles

India has reportedly paid approximately $218 million to buy a batch of R-27 air-to-air missiles. VoidWanderer [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons For more information, hit the Source below Source …read more Read more...

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