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  • 19/07Turkey has signed an agreement to develop a new air-defence system based on the French-Italian SAMP/T
  • 18/07Russia’s Aeroflot has firmed orders for 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft at the MAKS Air Show
  • 17/07ULA intends to replace both the Atlas V and the Delta IV with a single family of launchers known as Vulcan
  • 16/07Israel-Germany submarine $1.2 Bn deal in jeopardy amid widening scandal
  • 15/07EasyJet applies for Austrian AOC (air operator’s certificate) on Brexit uncertainty
  • 14/07A Soyuz rocket launched 73 satellites, including spacecraft for four companies’ cubesat constellations
  • 14/07BAE Systems wants a stake in any new European fighter program
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  • 25/07Vietnam confirms order of 64 Russian T-90 tanks
  • 25/07UK launches defence plans review
  • 25/07EasyJet which flies more than 270 aircraft will recruit more than 1,200 new cabin crew
  • 24/07All Personal Electronic Device restrictions for flights to the US have been lifted by the US Department of Homeland Security
  • 22/07Britain wants to remain with Copernicus space program after Brexit
  • 21/07USAF grounds part of its 56 C-5 Galaxy fleet
  • 19/07Taiwan’s Mandarin Airlines buys 6 ATR 72-600s
  • 19/07Turkey has signed an agreement to develop a new air-defence system based on the French-Italian SAMP/T
  • 18/07Russia’s Aeroflot has firmed orders for 20 Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft at the MAKS Air Show
  • 17/07ULA intends to replace both the Atlas V and the Delta IV with a single family of launchers known as Vulcan
  • 16/07Israel-Germany submarine $1.2 Bn deal in jeopardy amid widening scandal
  • 15/07EasyJet applies for Austrian AOC (air operator’s certificate) on Brexit uncertainty
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June 08, 2017
SES says it could build the world’s most powerful satellite, but won’t.
Published by Space News Partner-members only
SES says it would rather build satellites tailor-made for specific markets and applications over pursuing the highest throughput satellite possible. Global fleet operator SES says it could join the race... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
June 06, 2017
Bombardier looks to convince airlines on CSeries at Paris Air Show.
Published by Air Transport World Partner-members only
Two years after Bombardier  reintroduced the CSeries   at the 2015 Paris Air Show, the Canadian manufacturer hopes to build off the aircraft’s successful service entry to win new orders for the... [Read more]
SPACE
May 18, 2017
Rockwell Collins plans light touch in integrating B/E Aerospace
Published by Air Transport World Partner-members only
Rockwell Collins has developed a “low-risk” integration plan for  merging B/E Aerospace , which it acquired last month for $8.6 billion, into Rockwell, according to chairman, president and CEO... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
April 10, 2017
An Airborne Drone Center is Now on the Amazon Wishlist
Published by Air & Space Magazine Partner-members only
The online retail giant re-inflates an old idea. Amazon has designed a giant airship to deliver packages. Could it become the cheapest and fastest way to get consumers their goods? An enormous airship hovers eight... [Read more]
DEFENCE
April 07, 2017
US launches cruise missile strike on Syria
Published by Aero3A Partner-members only
On President Donald Trump's order, two  Navy  destroyers in the eastern Mediterranean Sea fired salvos of Tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield that U.S. intelligence cited as the source of the... [Read more]
DEFENCE
February 28, 2017
European defence and the two per cent mantra
The best route to improved European defence capabilities is to build on the patchwork of co-operation that already exists. At the Munich Security Conference, the discussions over defence burden sharing took a... [Read more]
DEFENCE
November 27, 2016
British Army to slash frontline tanks
Published by Sunday Times Partner-members only
British Army chiefs are planning to replace 56 Challenger 2 tanks with Ajax fighting vehicles, which could be vulnerable to new Russian tanks. Army chiefs are planning to slash the number of frontline tanks by up... [Read more]
SPACE
November 09, 2016
What a Trump administration means for space
Published by Space News Partner-members only
A space policy of the administration of President-elect Donald Trump is likely to focus more on human spaceflight, technology development and commercialization, and less on Earth science. Trump, the Republican... [Read more]
DEFENCE
October 28, 2016
UAE’s forward operating base in Libya revealed
Published by IHS Jane's Defence Weekly Partner-members only
UAE’s forward operating base in Libya revealed The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has established a military base in eastern Libya from where it is operating AT-802 light attack aircraft and unmanned aerial... [Read more]
DEFENCE
October 11, 2016
Black Hawks for the Polish Special Forces
Published by Defence-Aerospace.com Partner-members only
The Polish government wasted no time in announcing on October 10 that its preferred helicopter, the Sikorsky S-70 Black Hawk, would be procured this year, and that deliveries will begin before the end of the year.... [Read more]
SPACE
October 10, 2016
Space insurers warn that current low rates are not sustainable
Published by Space News / Peter B. de Selding Partner-members only
Satellite insurers on Oct. 5 said the Sept. 1 failure of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket while preparing a static-fire test, which destroyed a $200 million satellite, wiped out 20 years of insurance premiums for prelaunch... [Read more]
DEFENCE
September 21, 2016
The end of stealth? New Chinese radar capable of detecting ‘invisible’ targets 100km away
Published by South China Morning Post Partner-members only
A top Chinese military technology company shocked physicists around the world this week when it announced it had developed a new form of radar able to detect stealth planes 100km away. The breakthrough relies on a... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
September 15, 2016
Radical reforms needed to transform India's aviation industry
Published by Air Cargo Update monthly newsletter Partner-members only
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pledged in 2014 to give importance to regional connectivity not only to move people and goods seamlessly but also to ensure regional parity.   Two years on into power, the... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
September 14, 2016
Boeing Unveils T-X Trainer Aircraft for the Air Force
Published by Popular Mechanics Partner-members only
The Air Force is looking to replace its aging  T-38 Talon  jet trainers with some 350 new aircraft. Three teams have already submitted aircraft bids for the T-X program, and the final team to throw its hat... [Read more]
DEFENCE
September 13, 2016
Israel, US Agree to 10-Year Defense Deal
Published by Defense News Partner-members only
WASHINGTON -- Israel and the United States have agreed to a ten-year defense deal, the largest and longest such agreement between the two nations.  The agreement will be signed Wednesday at the US... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
September 13, 2016
Boeing: China Will Be First $1 Trillion Aviation Market
Published by Investor's Business Daily Partner-members only
Boeing ( BA ) sees demand for new commercial planes in China reaching over $1 trillion in the next 20 years, making it the first trillion-dollar market in Boeing's forecasts. On Tuesday, the aviation... [Read more]
DEFENCE
September 12, 2016
INDIA: details of Rafale contract finalised
Published by Defense-Aerospace.com / Press Trust of India Partner-members only
Details of the multi-billion euro contract for 36 Rafale fighter aircraft have been finalised and the government is now working on the inter-governmental agreement (IGA) with France.   Government sources... [Read more]
DEFENCE
September 08, 2016
Source: India Needs $233B in Next 11 Years To Buy Weapons
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NEW DELHI — India needs $233 billion to meet its weapons and equipment requirements in the next 11 years, according to the Long Term Integrated Perspective Plan (LTIPP) for 2012-2027, an Indian... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
September 07, 2016
Kendall Spells out F-35 Concerns for Next US Administration
Published by Defense News Partner-members only
WASHINGTON — After the November election, scores of political appointees in the Defense Department will likely lose their jobs as the next US president picks new officials to drive his or her agenda... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
September 06, 2016
Bombardier slashes CSeries ramp-up on engine delay
Published by Flight International Partner-members only
Bombardier will deliver less than half of the CSeries family aircraft as expected this year due to production ramp-up delays by the engine supplier, the Canadian manufacturer says. The announcement on 6 September... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
July 01, 2016
OPINION: How will UK aerospace fare, post-Brexit?
Published by Flight International Partner-members only
Most of UK aerospace – along with the rest of industry – campaigned against it. But on 23 June the people spoke, and after more than four decades of membership, the nation will begin negotiations to leave... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
June 30, 2016
Final report: TransAsia ATR 72-600 crash ‘could have been prevented’
Published by Air Transport World Partner-members only
Taiwan’s Aviation Safety Council (ASC) has concluded the TransAsia Airways ATR 72-600  crash  on Feb. 4, 2015 was caused by the crew shutting down the wrong Pratt & Whitney PW127 engine after a... [Read more]
SECURITY
April 16, 2016
Returning jihadis could help combat Isis, says EU counter-terrorism chief
Published by The Guardian Partner-members only
Gilles de Kerchove urges that fighters who return to homeland ‘without blood on their hands’ should be recruited to expose extremist brutality. Fighters returning to their home countries... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
April 08, 2016
Flydubai crash: Yoke push 'simultaneous' with stabiliser shift
Published by Defense News Partner-members only
Russian investigators have disclosed that a nose-down shift in the horizontal stabiliser on the ill-fated Flydubai Boeing 737-800 occurred as a push input was recorded on the crew control yoke. The Interstate... [Read more]
DEFENCE
March 04, 2016
NATO alliance Embraces Middle East and North Africa
Published by Defense News Partner-members only
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has incorporated the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces into its Interoperability Platform and stepped up military cooperation and special forces training with Egypt, Tunisia... [Read more]
DEFENCE
March 01, 2016
Lethal Duo: America's New Two-Fighter Plan to Take on Russia
Published by The National Interest Partner-members only
The United States will need forces that are able to defeat to Russia’s anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD) capabilities in the event of a war in Europe. Once those Russian A2/AD capabilities have been breached, U.S.... [Read more]
SPACE
January 29, 2016
SpaceX 'hoping' to unveil mission to Mars in 2016
Published by wired.co.uk / Michael Rundle Partner-members only
Elon Musk says he wants to visit the International Space Station aboard his own craft by 2020 -- and he doesn't think it will be "that hard". Speaking at the StartmeupHK Festival in Hong Kong, Musk said... [Read more]
SPACE
January 04, 2016
SpaceX rocket in great shape after historic landing, Elon Musk says
Published by space.com Partner-members only
The rocket that SpaceX landed in a historic first last month is in great shape and ready to be fired again, company CEO Elon Musk says. On Dec. 21, 2015, SpaceX successfully brought the first stage of its Falcon 9... [Read more]
DEFENCE
January 01, 2016
New Russian Interceptor to Replace MiG-31
Published by Sputnik News Partner-members only
The MiG-31 Foxhound is the mainstay of the Russian air force’s high-altitude interceptor fleet, and initial studies have now been launched to develop a successor. The Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG is... [Read more]
SECURITY
December 13, 2015
Intensified coalition campaign improves jihadists' reconciliation prospects
Published by IHS Jane's Intelligence Review Partner-members only
Ibrahim Al-Badri, or Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, self-appointed Caliph of the Islamic State, delivers a Friday sermon (...) Key Points The ideological dispute between the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda has not been... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
December 07, 2015
Boeing’s Bid for Westland Rejected
Published by Sunday Times Partner-members only
Boeing is understood to have made an audacious bid to buy Westland, Britain’s last remaining helicopter maker. Industry sources said that the American aviation giant made at least one informal approach... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
December 01, 2015
Air Asia NTSC report
Published by Air Transport World Partner-members only
The fatal crash of Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501 in December 2014 was precipitated by a fault in the aircraft’s rudder warning systems, according to a report released by the Indonesian... [Read more]
SPACE
November 28, 2015
NASA « Star Trek » to detect Alien life
Published by space.com Partner-members only
New NASA technology straight out of "Star Trek" could help scientists detect life on other worlds. The device, dubbed the "chemical laptop," is a miniature, portable laboratory that resembles the TV show's famous... [Read more]
SPACE
October 30, 2015
All seven satellites of IRNSS to be in orbit by March 2016
Published by Z News Partner-members only
All seven satellites of the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), will be in orbit by March next year, said ISRO Chairman Aluru Seelin Kiran Kumar. "By March next year, all seven... [Read more]
DEFENCE
October 21, 2015
Canada's Trudeau will dump $130 million stealth jets Australia wants to buy
Published by The Sydney Morning Herald Partner-members only
Canada's new government will dump the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the troubled and expensive stealth jets Australia has committed $24 billion to buy. The victorious Liberals leader Justin Trudeau has also pledged to... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
October 05, 2015
Air France bosses have shirts ripped as they escape furious employee mob
Published by The Telegraph Partner-members only
Two senior executives of Air France had their shirts ripped off their backs after being cornered by a furious mob protesting against job cuts at the airline. Assistant HR director Xavier Broseta found... [Read more]
AERONAUTICS
October 03, 2015
Dubai International handles 58.6m passengers in nine months to Sept
Published by Gulf News Partner-members only
Dubai International has seen through nearly 60 million passengers in the first nine months of the year, operator Dubai Airports said on Wednesday. The airport handled 58,696,877 passengers in the nine months to... [Read more]
DEFENCE
May 27, 2015
India okays deals worth over $3Bn to buy 15 Chinook and 22 Apache
Published by Hindustan Times Partner-members only
The defence ministry has cleared two crucial deals worth more than $3.1 billion to equip the Indian Air Force with US-built attack and heavy-lift helicopters. Defence minister Manohar Parrikar has sent the... [Read more]
SECURITY
April 09, 2015
France under cyberattack
Published by Al Jazeera Media Network Partner-members only
Last night, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) hacked the French television network TV5 Monde, preventing it from broadcasting for three hours and taking control of its social media accounts on Twitter... [Read more]
DEFENCE
January 14, 2015
Japan ramps up military budget
Published by Deutsche Welle German Radio Partner-members only
The government of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe approved a 2.8 percent rise in defense spending on Wednesday, with Tokyo seeking to bolster defenses in its waters bordering China.  "The situation around... [Read more]
SECURITY
December 06, 2014
Sale of NYC Waldorf Astoria to China worries U.S. security officials
Published by Homeland Security News Wire Partner-members only
Citing an espionage risk, U.S. officials are expressing concern over the sale of the historic Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City to a Chinese insurance company. The Beijing-based Anbang Insurance Group... [Read more]
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