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Contending with an ageing fleet of military rotorcraft, Ukraine’s aerospace companies have in recent years sought to introduce a series of refurbishments, upgrades and re-engining programmes to ensure the aircraft are kept airborne, and relevant
Babcock and Leonardo announced the signing of a Teaming Agreement that will see Babcock Canada and Leonardo Canada working to provide a solution for Canada’s Future Aircrew Training programme
With the UK Royal Air Force (RAF) banking on the success of the Tempest programme to fulfil its defence aerospace requirements for the second half of the century, defence observers are keen to see where the platform will fit into the future line-up of the fleet
The US State Department has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to Greece of F-16 sustainment materiel and related equipment for an estimated cost of US$270m
Leonardo’s defence electronics registered strong performance in Q2 this year while the helicopter business segment saw an increase in revenues, as the company outlined its 2021 half-year results
BAE Systems has been awarded a contract valued at approximately £135m to drive forward the next phase of capability enhancements for the Eurofighter Typhoon multi-role strike aircraft
UAV Solutions has announced the delivery its small Unmanned Aerial System Pneumatic Launch System to US Special Operations Forces