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In a welcome boost for the E2 programme, Embraer has just confirmed details of a major new order, with up to 50 jets heading to a US-based customer. Key Aero has all you need to know.
NAVAIR awarded Science and Engineering Services LLC of Huntsville, Alabama, a $13,515,107 firm-fixed-price, cost reimbursable, cost-plus-fixed-fee modification to a previously awarded contract on January 19 for work related to three Sikorsky SH-60F Seahawk helicopters destined for the government of Israel.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport may once have been best known for its much-delayed opening, but it has weathered an exceptionally tricky first year and has big ambitions, as chief operating officer Patrick Muller tells Tara Craig
With the removal next year of the UK’s C-130J fleet from service and the importance of military transport highlighted by the 2021 Kabul airlift, the Royal Air Force faces challenges to maintain current operational tempo
Bern-Belp Airport serves the capital of Switzerland, yet contrary to its status, the gateway has had to fight hard to maintain its existence, even before the onset of COVID-19, as Andreas Spaeth discovers
Celebrating more than a century of heritage, Aerospace Bristol charts the city’s involvement in aviation from the early days of flight through to the modern age of space travel. Darren Harbar visited the unique museum now based at the former Filton airfield
Aviation News Editor Jamie Ewan reports from Imperial War Museum Duxford’s unique salute to chronicle the development of the indomitable Supermarine Spitfire
The annual NBAA business aircraft show has grown into a massive event mirroring the growth of the sector. We open a ‘time capsule’ of an article from the archives covering the 1964 event, which was featured in the November 19, 1964 issue of ‘The Aeroplane and Commercial Aviation News’
Vladimir Trendafilovski provides an insight on what could happen if the Russian military do invade Ukraine
The UK Ministry of Defence is looking to begin the procurement of a series of jet-powered drones this year that will operate from Royal Navy platforms, potentially including the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers
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