The United Arab Emirates (UAE)s “Edge,” a new government-owned defense company launched on November 5, will display its new, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR)– configured Bombardier Challenger 650 jet at the upcoming
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has signed a deal to buy Bombardier Inc.'s regional jet business for $550 million
The Philippine Army received 80 assault rifles and 44 mortars from the United States government earlier this month. The 80 assault rifles is a grant by the US government to the Philippine Army under the Military Assistance Program
Japan and the United States plan to jointly developing a new radar system for US Navys Aegis-equipped warships to counter threats from North Korea and China. Japan faces nuclear and missile threats from North Korea, is hoping to strengthen its security alliance with the United States through the joint development,
Russia has signed an estimated $2 billion contract for the supply of about 12 Su-35 multi-role fighter jets to Egypt. The agreement for the supply of ‘over two dozen aircraft and aviation aids will amount to $2 billion
Turkey has taken the delivery of two Bombardier Global 6000 type business aircraft which will be integrated with locally developed Remote Electronic Support/Electronic Attack Ability in Air Platform (HAVA SOJ). The project has been initiated by the SSB to develop electronic warfare special mission aircraft, according to a statement by the Presidency of Defense Industries (SSB) Friday
Canada has planned to install its own software onto the used F-18 multirole combat aircraft it procured from Australia last year. The jets will also be installed with new ejection seats and lighting system which are currently being used on the Royal Canadian Air Forces CF-18s,
The Brazilian government has filed its first written submission to the dispute settlement panel at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva. The Panel is examining more than $4 billion in subsidies that Bombardier received from the Governments of Canada and Quebec
Aircraft maker Bombardier Inc of Canada has sued Japans Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp over claims that its former employees who went to work the Japanese firm passed on documents containing trade secrets. The suit filed in a federal court in Seattle last Friday, sought an injunction ordering Mitsubishi not to use "any proprietary Bombardier information misappropriated by any former Bombardier personnel" and to stop recruiting its employees to obtain such information, the Seattle Times said in a report Saturday
A passenger plane, a twin-propeller Bombardier Dash 8 flying from Bangladesh, has reportedly crashed killing atleast 38 people, as it landed at the Kathmandu airport in Nepal. The plane swerved repeatedly before it crashed, landing near the runway, various media reported
Boeing justified its case against Bombardier at the International Trade Commission (ITC) hearing on Monday by claiming that Bombardiers ‘illegal business practices with its C Series aircraft harmed United States domestic industry. “Boeing brought this case seeking enforcement of US trade law, which mirrors the widely-accepted rules of international trade adopted by most WTO member nations, including Canada
Canadian Bombardier sold a majority stake in its C Series passenger jet business to European Airbus for no cost which will manufacture the planes in its facility in the US. Airbus and Bombardier expect the order book for the C Series to double from the 300 currently to 600 over 10 -15 years
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