Defense Aircraft & Propulsion

Feb 23, 2024
Collaboration defines the operational role of a new class of autonomous combat systems as well a new model for foreign industry partners.
Feb 23, 2024
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Feb 22, 2024
Despite losing the energy market, Airbus has sold about 100 H225s in five years and aims to repeat that before the turn of the decade.
Feb 22, 2024
New command, Pentagon offices will be tasked with solely looking at future acquisition.
Feb 21, 2024
After speed, autonomy and intelligence, Sikorsky Innovations shifts its focus to new technology challenges.
Feb 23, 2024
A Boeing F-15 is still quite fast, but not nearly Mach 3, the company’s program manager said on Feb. 23, correcting a previous statement.
Feb 23, 2024
AIDC said the ROCAF has six E-2Ks, although one was reportedly written off following a belly landing in 2022. Taiwan is also seeking to acquire six new E-2Ds.
Feb 23, 2024
Sweden’s Saab received its first order for the Gripen C/D in 14 years when Hungary decided to expand its air force’s fleet of the combat aircraft.
Feb 23, 2024
Rotorcraft lessor LCI has placed a framework order with Leonardo to purchase AW169, AW139 and AW189 helicopters.
Feb 23, 2024
Norway has joined the growing number of C-130J Hercules operators to begin upgrading its aircraft to the Block 8.1 standard.
Feb 22, 2024
British defense ministers have outlined plans to accelerate the provision of uncrewed systems across all four branches of the UK’s armed services.
Feb 22, 2024
SINGAPORE—Potential customers are curious about the improvements included in the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk modernization program.
Feb 22, 2024
Ukraine will begin receiving F-16 combat aircraft this summer, the Danish government has announced.