South Koreas Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has reached an agreement with Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) to develop a new military transport aircraft. “Currently, there are 30 multipurpose and 70 transport planes operated by the Army, Navy and Air Force
The Israel Air Force received artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Oron surveillance aircraft at its Nevatim base. The aircraft was developed by the Israel defense ministrys Directorate of Defense Research and Development (DDR&D), the Israel Air Force and the Israel Defense Force (IDF) Intelligence unit's naval arm and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)...
The French Direction générale de l'armement (DGA) has taken delivery of the 18th Airbus A400M transport aircraft. “The DGA has just taken delivery of the 18th A400M equipped with all the capabilities validated to date, including the simultaneous release of paratroopers from the two doors and automatic flight at very low...
Hungarian company Aviation Engineering Zrt will licence-manufacture a modernized version of the the Illyushin Il-103 single-engine propeller aircraft and offer in the European and international market. An agreement was signed today for the modernization and licensed production of the 4-seater piston-engined aircraft, Il-103 between Russias Ilyushin and Aviation Engineering Zrt
PT Dirgantara Indonesia (Indonesian Aerospace) announced today that the CN-235 maritime patrol aircraft for Senegal received a flight acceptance certificate. “Flight Acceptance Certificate issued! The milestone means that, while the date is yet to be officially informed now, the delivery of this CN-235 to Senegal is edging closer
Chinas KJ-600 carrier-based early warning aircraft cannot operate from current PLA Navy aircraft carriers such as the Liaoning and Shandong. The early warning aircraft, compared to the U
Airbus has contracted Rheinmetall to supply two additional training simulators for the European A400M. Earmarked for German air bases in Wunstorf and Altenstadt, the two simulators will be delivered and ready to operate at the end of 2022 or the beginning of 2023
Indian new Airborne Early Warning & Control System (AWACS) project to be based on a modified Airbus A320 aircraft with a 240 degree coverage antenna has broken cover with a model of the aircraft on display at Aero India 2021. Images of the upcoming AWACS being developed by the Center of Airborne Systems (CABS) a wing of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) laboratory have appeared on Twitter a couple of days ahead of the official opening of the show