Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)

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How Israel made an air-dropping transport out of the Boeing 377

Needing to air-drop supplies to British mercenaries in Yemen, the Israeli Air Force set about having some veteran Boeing 377 Stratocruisers converted — and an unusual operating concept

Czech MOD seeking Israeli UAV acquisition

The Czech Ministry of Defence has revealed that it is set to open negotiations with the Israeli government for the acquisition of three Israel Aerospace Industries-developed Heron I unmanned aerial vehicles for aerial reconnaissance duties

FIA 2022: IAI signs contract with European country for special mission aircraft

Israel Aerospace Industries announced at the Farnborough Air Show on July 21 that it had signed a contract worth over $200m to provide a special mission aircraft to an unspecified European country

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EASA STC approval for IAI’s 737-800SF

Narrowbody passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversions in Europe are set for a boost after Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) revealed its Boeing 737-800SF has received a European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) supplemental type certificate (STC).

Demand for F-16 fighter proving a boon to industry

Global demand for the evergreen F-16 fighter is continuing to provide industry associated with the platform unexpected benefits more than four decades after the earliest iterations of the type first entered service

IAI selects Connext software for OPAL framework

Israel Aerospace Industries has selected software framework company Real-Time Innovations to deliver its Connext distributed data service as part of its Operational Avionics Layer application framework

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IAI to upgrade Sri Lanka’s dormant Kfir fleet

Israel Aerospace Industries has signed a contract – worth US$50m – with the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defence to locally upgrade the avionics systems of the nation’s fleet of IAI Kfir multi-role fighters

IAI to upgrade Sri Lankan Air Force's Kfir

Israel Aerospace Industries has signed a US$50m contract with Sri Lanka's Ministry of Defence to upgrade Kfir aircraft for the Sri Lankan Air Force

BlueBird delivers 100 UAS to European customer

BlueBird Aero Systems has completed the delivery of 100 WanderB-VTOL unmanned aerial systems to an undisclosed European customer

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IAI to provide Heron services to unnamed Asian nation

Israel Aerospace Industries has recently signed a US$200m contract with an undisclosed Asian nation, under which the firm will provide services relating to its Heron family of UAVs