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Israel unveils “Super Heron” MALE drone

Israel unveils “Super Heron” MALE drone

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) on Tuesday unveiled the newest “Super Heron” drone at the Singapore Air Show, an aircraft that “redefines” Medium-Altitude Long-Endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial systems, said in a statement of IAI. The newest drone features a heavy fuel […]


Boeing profits surge but tougher 2014 awaits

Boeing

US aerospace giant Boeing Wednesday reported a big jump in quarterly earnings, but signaled a leaner 2014 profit outlook after last year’s boom. Boeing’s fourth quarter ended on a high note, with the company achieving record annual commercial aircraft deliveries […]


South Korea to finalise F-35 jet fighter deal this year

South Korea to finalise F-35 jet fighter deal this year

South Korea plans to finalise the purchase of 40 next-generation F-35 jet fighters from US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin later this year, Seoul’s military procurement agency said. “We will… push to sign the contract in the third quarter… after testing […]


Russia Activates Aerospace Defense Radar Aimed at Europe

Russia Activates Aerospace Defense Radar Aimed at Europe

Russia has begun testing a new radar designed to detect highly maneuverable aerial targets – including cruise missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles – at a range of up to 3,000 kilometers (over 1,800 miles), allowing it to cover most of […]


The 2013 Asia Aerospace & Defense Industry Outlook

The 2013 Asia Aerospace & Defense Industry Outlook

AlixPartners, the global advisory firm, today released the findings of its annual Asia Aerospace & Defense Industry Outlook. Set against a highly fluid global marketplace for airlines, aerospace and defense manufacturers, and service and maintenance companies, Asia-Pacific remains a profitable […]


Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Has Successfully Launched Spacecom’s AMOS-4

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Has Successfully Launched Spacecom’s AMOS-4

AMOS-4, built by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) for Spacecom, was successfully launched last night (August 31, 2013) from Baikonur, Kazakhstan, aboard a ZENIT 3SLB launcher. This morning (September 01, 2013) the satellite separated from the launcher’s last stage and has […]


The 50th Paris Air Show Manages a Few Surprises for the Defence Industry

The 50th Paris Air Show Manages a Few Surprises for the Defence Industry

The 50th Paris Air Show this year offered some anniversary surprises, however more or less expected, starting with the large Russian defence industry exposure. While almost hiding out in the static display area, the newly upgraded Russian jet fighter Sukhoi […]


Russia Set to Launch 4 GLONASS Satellites This Year

GLONASS Satellite

Russia plans to launch for more satellites for the GLONASS navigation system by the end of this year, the Aerospace Defense Forces head said on Saturday. “Three GLONASS satellites are scheduled to be launched on board of a Proton carrier […]


Pakistan Delivers First Batch of Turkish UAV Parts to Turkey

Pakistan Delivers First Batch of Turkish UAV Parts to Turkey

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra handed over first batch of Turkish UAV (ANKA) parts to Turkish Aerospace Industry (TAI) in an impressive ceremony held during International Defence Exhibition & Fair (IDEF) at Istanbul, Turkey. After the signing ceremony, Mr Muharrem Dortkasli, […]


South Korea Orders FA-50 Fighters in $1Bn Deal

FA-50, Korea Aerospace Industries

KAI announced on May 6th that the company concluded the contract for mass producing the FA-50, amounting to approximately 1.1 trillion won with The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (“DAPA”). In accordance with the contract, subsequent to the first mass production […]


 
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