Lockheed Martin has been awarded up to $169 million not-to-exceed firm-fixed-price contract for procurement of 18 C-130J aircraft. Work is expected to be completed by Oct
Textrons new Scorpion aircraft will have its maiden flight early next week, the company official was quoted as saying by Defense News. The flight, expected to be roughly 90 minutes, will be used to gather baseline information about the newly designed plane
Kuwait has requested the sale of F/A-18 C/D follow-on contractor engineering technical services and associated logistical support worth about $150 million. The Government of Kuwait requests the continuation of contractor engineering technical services, contractor maintenance services, Hush House support services, and Liaison Office Support for the Kuwaits Air Forces F/A-18 C/D program, which will include spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, U
Switzerland is planning to buy F/A-18 Hornet and associated logistical support for an estimated cost of $200 million. The Government of Switzerland has requested a possible sale of follow-on support for Switzerlands F/A-18 Hornet Upgrade Program to include; participation in the F/A-18 Engine Component Improvement Program (CIP), spare and repair parts, system integration and testing, classified and unclassified publications and technical documentation, flight testing, support and test equipment, transportation, personnel training and training equipment, software development, U
Russian Helicopters has delivered a Mi-26T, first of the type–capable of carrying a 44,000-pound payload, to Kazakhstans Emergencies Ministry. The helicopter was delivered after an overhaul and modifications at a repair facility in Novosibirsk, Russia
Japan and India to soon hold talks on the exports of the US-2 Japanese amphibious rescue aircraft, a goverment official was quoted as saying by Kyodo news service. The two countries will have to negotiate details such as training the Indian pilots and allowing licensed production of the aircraft to nurture Indias air industry, the source said
The Republic of Korea has requested upgrades of 134 KF-16C/D Block 52 aircraft for an estimated cost of $200 million with BAE systems serving as a principal contractor. The phase 1 will furnish detailed design requirements to include computers, displays, sensors and weapons, system design and pilot-vehicle interface efforts; initiate software design and development; engineering installation design; construction of an avionics systems integration facility and test stations; define support and training requirements; develop long-lead items; and prepare reports, analyses, and presentations to support system requirements and preliminary design reviews
Alenia Aermacchi has completed the final assembly of the Royal Australian Air Force's (RAAF) first C-27J Spartan tactical airlift aircraft with mating of the aircraft's wing with the fuselage, engines and landing gear at its facility in Italy. The aircraft is currently undergoing equipment installation and functional tests in preparation for the flight testing programme
Alenia Aermacchi has won contract worth about 100 million euros to supply the Peruvian Ministry of Defense with 2 C-27J Spartan tactical airlifters. The C-27J - known as the only true military transport aircraft of its category available on the market - has been selected by the Fuerza Aerea del Perù due to its proven operational flexibility at competitive costs; the best performances in its class in all operational and environmental conditions and because it is the only aircraft in its class interoperable with heavier airlifters already in service in Peru
With the Middle East becoming a hotspot for maritime surveillance requirements, top aircraft makers showcases their latest maritime surveillance programs at the Dubai Air Show. Boeing unveiled its new maritime surveillance aircraft program based on the Bombardier Challenger 605 business jet which would be used for anti-piracy missions, coastal and border security, and long-range search and rescue
Northrop Grumman has won two task orders worth $24 million under the A-10 Thunderbolt Life Cycle Program Support (TLPS) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract vehicle. "Northrop Grumman is proud to continue to supporting the US Air Force's premier ground attack aircraft," said John Parker, director, Northrop Grumman's global logistics and modernization business unit
Boeing and Mubadala today signed a new strategic agreement to supply as much as $2.5 billion in advanced composites and machined metals to Boeing commercial programs, including the 787 and 777X
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