Airbus Defence has received 50th A330 jet to be converted into A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) plane for NATO multinational MRTT fleet. “We've just received from Airbus the 50th A330 to be converted into a A330 MRTT
Airbus has been selected by the Commonwealth of Australia (CoA) to develop a Communications and Mission System modernization upgrade for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) fleet. The scope of work, which will meet the Air Force interoperability needs under their new operational requirements, will mainly...
The Luxembourg Armed Forces have taken delivery of its Airbus A400M military transport aircraft. The plane was accepted at the A400M Final Assembly Line in Seville (Spain) and has performed a ferry flight
The US State Department has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to India of items and services to extend follow-on support for their fleet of C-130J Super Hercules aircraft and related equipment for an estimated cost of $90 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of...
A number of foreign suppliers of Russian civil aircraft projects have reneged on existing contracts refusing to provide electronic and other components, according to Vasily Shpak, Director of the Department of Radio-Electronic Industry of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia. Speaking to reporters at the Microelectronics 2020 forum on...
Airbus has received a firm order for an Airbus
The first Airbus C295 aircraft, purchased by the Government of Canada for the Royal Canadian Air Forces (RCAF) Fixed Wing Search and Rescue Aircraft Replacement (FWSAR) project, arrived at 19 Wing, Canadian Forces Base Comox, in British Columbia, Canada. The aircraft, designated CC-295 for the Canadian customer, landed at its home base on September 17th and is the first of the 16 aircraft contracted in December 2016
A Russian institute has completed a test cycle of a wind tunnel model of the new generation Il-112V light military transport aircraft as part of work to reduce the weight of the aircraft structure. The experiments were carried out under an order of PJSC "IL" (the head enterprise of the Transport Aviation Division of PJSC UAC of the State Corporation Rostec) by the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute
Russian Be-200ES flew amphibious planes have flown over 200 times in three months to extinguish forest fires in Turkey, near Antalaya, Izmir and Bodrum. Since June 16, the crews have participated in the elimination of large fires at complex and strategically important facilities and locations
Boeing said it had undertaken 1,300 test flights besids 75,000 engineering and test hours of the revised design of its 737 Max aircraft which had received intensive internal and regulatory review since 2019. Once the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other regulators have determined the MAX can safely return to service, it will be one of the most thoroughly scrutinized aircraft in history, Boeing said in a release
Turkeys CEZERİ Flying Car developed by Baykar completed initial flight tests recently. The tests began on September 11
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) test-fired Aksungur unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) equipped with Teber laser guidance kit. “Teber guidance kit-equipped Aksungur test-fired for the first time,” Ismail Demir, Chairman of Turkish Presidency of Defense Industries (SSB),