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Russian Air Force Confirms MiG-35 Purchase Plans

MOSCOW-The Russian air force will upgrade its fleet of Fulcrum fighters with a MiG-35 variant, Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov confirmed April 9.

Russia, China Plan Joint Widebody Effort

In about three years, according to current plans, Russia and China will each begin delivering a national narrowbody airliner, the Irkut MS-21 and Comac C919, respectively. And 6-8 years later, they may have a jointly developed widebody ready for service

Airbus, Boeing Fight Over 747, A380 Performance Data

Airbus and Boeing are again engaged in a serious dispute over comparative performance figures for the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 747-8.

Airbus Reveals P&W A330neo, A380 Reengining Involvement

Airbus this year is facing crucial decisions that will determine the shape of its widebody product line and could have a lasting impact on engine manufacturers. Changes could include an earlier-than-expected return of Pratt & Whitney as an independent player in the long-haul aircraft market.

Bombardier Cuts 4.4% Of Aerospace Workforce To Contain Costs

Bombardier Aerospace is to lay off 1,700 employees in a bid to contain costs after stretching out CSeries development by at least 12 months and seeing business and commercial aircraft orders decline in 2013.

  • JSC UTair Aviation once again selects AJW Aviation for additional power-by-the-hour support

    2014-05-27 12:33

    London, 22nd January 2014: AJW Aviation, the leading independent complete aircraft spares support specialist has once again been selected by Russian airline JSC UTair Aviation to extend its power-by-the-hour support contract for an additional twenty A320 and three B767 aircraft.

  • Lockheed Martin Refines Hybrid Wing-Body Airlifter Concept

    2014-05-27 12:31

    Traditionally, performance drives military-aircraft design decisions and the energy implications of those choices are secondary. But as fuel costs eat into reduced budgets, the balance is shifting. Energy is fast becoming a critical constraint on operations, and the results could reshape aircraft design.

  • Broadband Stealth May Drive Taranis Design

    2014-05-27 12:29

    BAE Systems' Taranis unmanned combat air system demonstrator is designed to defeat new counter-stealth radars, and may use thrust vectoring as a primary means of flight control and an innovative high-precision, passive navigation and guidance system, an AW&ST analysis indicates.

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