Airbus has delivered the Republic of Singapore Air Forces (RSAF) first A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) which will replace its 20 year old Boeing KC-135 aircraft. The aircraft made its first official public appearance on Saturday 1 September 2018 at the RSAFs 50th anniversary parade
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Airbus have agreed to collaborate in the development of safety standards and regulatory requirements for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in urban environments. The tripartite Project Document, which lays out the areas of collaboration, was signed by representatives from CAAS, EASA and Airbus
Dassault Aviation has revealed what could be the contours of the next generation fighter jet to be made by a European team led by France. The video, ‘Wings for Europe released by the company on its website in May this year showed the outline of the new jet that France and Germany are eyeing to produce jointly
Airbus has warned the UK administration that it could be force to pull out of the UK if Britain leaves the European Union without a deal. Britain withdrawing from the European Union without a deal ‘would lead to sever disruption and interruption of UK production, Airbus said in the Brexit risk assessment
The World Trade Organization (WTO) today in its final decision found that the European Union (EU) has failed to honor multiple previous rulings and has provided more than $22 billion of illegal subsidies to European aircraft maker Airbus. After examining this case for more than a decade, the WTO has determined the EU must end its unfair business practices and remedy the ongoing harm caused by the illegal subsidies, Boeing said in a statement Tesday
Airbus has offered its C295 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) for the South Korean Navy's MPA requirement which already has Boeing P8 and Saab Swordfish in the race. In February, the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) unveiled its plan to sign a deal with an overseas aircraft manufacturer to introduce next-generation maritime patrol aircraft by 2020
Dassault Aviation will lead the development and manufacture of Europes Future Combat Air System (FCAS) which is slated to complement and eventually replace current generation of Eurofighter and Rafale fighter aircraft between 2035 and 2040. “The future combat aircraft will be developed by Dassault Aviation, which will take the control of the program, when there is (industrial) cooperation, the nations must decide, there is always a leading nation, for the FCAS, it will be France,” German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said at a joint press conference along with her French counterpart Florence Parly after signing an agreement to launch...
Chinese State-run Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) is planning to deliver its first home-grown passenger jet in 2021. COMAC plans to first target the Chinese market before moving to Southeast Asia and Africa, Lu Zheng, deputy general manager of sales and marketing was quoted as saying by
European aircraft manufacturer Airbus will showcase A400M, the new-generation military airlifter, at the upcoming Singapore Airshow to take place at the Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore, 6-11 February. The A400M Atlas was designed specifically to meet the needs of European NATO nations, as well as the requirements of international air forces
Brazil has ordered an additional Airbus C295 search and rescue (SAR) aircraft that will eventually take to 15 the number of C295s in service with the Brazilian Air Force (FAB). This latest order constitutes the firming of an option included in an earlier contract in 2014
Airbus has been awarded the Symphonie contract by the French joint services directorate for defence infrastructure networks and information systems (DIRISI) for a period of seven years. It is part of the Descartes programme designed to modernise the telecommunication networks of the French Ministry of the Armed Forces, the firm said today
European aerospace giant Airbus issued a statement on January 13 that it has been ordered to pay a fine of €104 million regarding missiles sale to Taiwan in 1992. The company said that it acknowledges notification of an arbitral award on 12 January 2018 concerning a breach of contract claim related to a purchase agreement signed in 1992 for the supply of missiles for which the products were delivered in the years shortly thereafter
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