The former colleagues at Airbus continue to debate management control in light of EADS and the Bae alliance.
Another joint hat gets tossed in the ring for a stake in Korean Aerospace Industries.
The formidable fighter gets a new lease on life with this advanced avionics upgrade.
The GP7200 is a mighty engine by anyone's standards. And well it should be if it is to power a new generation of "Super" aircraft.
Greece wants another brace of helicopters to complement its Apaches.
Lockeed Martin and Korean Aerospace Industries have renamed the KTX-2
aircraft "the Golden Eagle," and hope the aircraft lands a contract with
the USAF for pilot training.
Boeing executives at Asian Aerospace have confirmed that the company is
considering jumping into the red-hot regional market.
The Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC-3) Missile, produced by Lockheed
Martin Missiles and Fire Control, has been awarded the Aerospace Industry
Award 2000 for the Space and Missiles category.
Sales chief John Leahy presents a bullish forecast on the region - and for the A3XX.
As AWN reported yesterday, the Hong Kong-based carrier made official its plan to expand its all-Airbus fleet.
Qantas confirms it will lease the nearly new 767-300s from fellow oneworld partner BA.
Matra unveils a new all-weather vertical launch defense system.
Fairchild pegs its future on the regional jet, and is mulling an even larger version of up to 120 seats.
Regional jets take center stage in Singapore as the show kicks off. Plus an update on other orders in the offing.
The two dismiss claims that engine problems are causing range concerns for the A340-500.
The latest on the much-anticipated GE-90-115B, the controversial exclusive powerplant for the 777X program.
SIA takes first step toward the creation of a globally competitive Australasian airline group with an offer to buy 25% of Air New Zealand.