Collins Aerospace

By Guy Norris
Two-thirds of Europe’s Clean Aviation research projects are focused on more sustainable advanced propulsion technologies for service entry in the mid-2030s.
Emerging Technologies

By Steve Trimble
The company has launched a bid to replace the Honeywell Integrated Power Package with a new system offering greater cooling capacity.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Keith Mwanalushi
Collins Aerospace has invested more than $20 million in research and development at its facility in Kilkeel, Northern Ireland.
Interiors & Connectivity

By Michael Bruno
Industry titans will continue to sell off businesses, and private equity will continue to play a central role.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Michael Bruno
Heir apparent Chris Calio to take over sprawling aerospace and defense giant.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Thierry Dubois
Safran may take the Italian government to court after Rome blocked its purchase of Collins Aerospace's actuation and flight control systems business from RTX.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Michael Bruno
Eaton is tapping a veteran Collins Aerospace executive to take over from Nanda Kumar, the longtime president of Eaton Aerospace.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Paul Seidenman, David Spanovich
Next-generation aircraft electrical systems are incorporating design changes to meet requirements for advanced air mobility platforms.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Thierry Dubois
The Italian government is exercising its “Golden Power” to thwart the deal, citing the unit’s continued support for the multi-nation Eurofighter program.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Graham Warwick
Over 50 years, GPS has evolved and inspired the development of similar systems by other nations.
Space

By Paul Seidenman, David Spanovich
Advanced air mobility developments and sustainability concerns are driving changes in the design of flight control systems.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
As XB-1 nears flight tests and the final assembly site comes together, Boom is focused on Overture airframe and engine design firm configuration.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Paul Seidenman, David Spanovich
The manufacturers are looking to reduce weight, increase durability and incorporate predictive maintenance capabilities.
Interiors & Connectivity

By Guy Norris
RTX company Collins Aerospace has formally opened the Grid, a $50 million advanced electric power systems laboratory.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
China is learning the science of airliners, but politics remains an issue, experts say.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
Asia Digital Engineering (ADE) has signed an agreement with Collins Aerospace to grow the former’s capability in CFM56-5B nacelle services.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Ben Goldstein
GKN Aerospace will provide the electrical wiring system for the hybrid-electric flight demonstrator under development by Pratt & Whitney Canada.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
H55 has secured almost $50 million from investors including RTX Ventures for infrastructure at plants in Switzerland and Montreal and a subsidiary in Toulouse.
Aircraft & Propulsion

John Walton
Operators are turning to cabin upgrades as they look to extend older-aircraft lifespans, but supply chain and OEM issues are creating challenges.
Interiors & Connectivity

By Graham Warwick
Collins Aerospace has begun manufacturing a 1-megawatt electric generator for the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Interior specialists are developing new products to upgrade the passenger experience and reduce maintenance headaches.
Marketplace

By Paul Seidenman, David Spanovich
New-generation engine technologies are driving advancements in full-authority digital engine control systems.
Emerging Technologies

By Tony Osborne
The Collins Elbit Vision Systems joint venture has unveiled the Zero-G helmet-mounted display system.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
The FAA has authorized UPS Flight Forward to operate drones beyond visual light of sight for small package delivery.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Steve Trimble, Guy Norris
Several forward fit and retrofit programs will demand potentially thousands of ejection seats in the next few years.
Aircraft & Propulsion