Aerospace Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Jun 08, 2023
With a piloted, four-passenger air taxi on the way, Vertical Aerospace sits down with Aviation Week to discuss the VX4 and larger advanced air mobility sector.
Jun 06, 2023
Spanish companies are playing leading roles in developing the sixth-gen Future Combat Air System sensor suite, low-observability features and remote carriers.
Jun 05, 2023
Across France, Germany and Spain, engineers from 15 companies and consortia are working on the sixth-generation Future Combat Air System.
Jun 02, 2023
Aviation Week editors talk with the Boeing Defense, Space and Security president about his focus on regaining stability for major development programs.
Jun 02, 2023
Michael Schoellhorn talks with Aviation Week about the rapidly changing face of Europe’s security requirements.
Jun 05, 2023
Circor has agreed to be bought by private-equity investor KKR for $1.6 billion in cash, capping a multiyear corporate drama.
Jun 01, 2023
Under the memorandum of understanding, the companies are exploring a joint development agreement to advance HT-PEM fuel cells for aviation.
Jun 01, 2023
Safran says the partial acquisition of Air Liquide would complement their aerosystems wing.
Jun 01, 2023
Boeing’s commercial aircraft development efforts are focused on emerging airframe technologies that could lead to a new aircraft available starting in 2035.
May 18, 2023
For those suppliers who know both the automotive and aerospace sectors, the difference in manufacturing performance is striking. 
May 17, 2023
The ongoing shortage of Pratt & Whitney engines has left 10 of airBaltic’s 41 Airbus A220-300s grounded.
May 15, 2023
Listen in as Bombardier's Tonya Sudduth talks about what making Wichita its U.S. headquarters has meant for that site and how it fits into the OEM's strategy.
May 11, 2023
Rolls expects to generate 1,200-1,300 civil shop visits—air transport and business aviation—in 2023, compared to 1,044 in 2022.