Farnborough 2018 news
Farnborough 2018: Saab launches RBS15 Gungnir
Saab has announced the RBS15 Gungnir next-generation anti-ship missile system that is being shown at Farnborough 2018 for the first time.
Farnbororough 2018: Japan Coast Guard signs up for H225 support
Airbus material management programme will cover the maintenance of all ten helicopters over five years.
Farnborough 2018: Airbus showcases Zephyr S
Airbus Defence and Space has turned the spotlight onto the Zephyr S High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) and has announced the opening of a dedicated production facility.
Farnborough 2018: Airbus opening day orders
Airbus announced a series of orders, confirmations and commitments on the opening day of the Farnborough Airshow, mainly for A320neos.
Farnborough 2018: Embraer foresees $600bn market
Embraer predicts demand for 10,550 new aircraft with up to 150 seats over the next 20 years.
Air & Cosmos International, Farnborough issue
As the 2018 edition of Farnborough International, prepares to welcome aerospace industry leaders from around the globe, the shadow of Brexit looms large.
Farnborough 2018: ATR to highlight latest innovations
Alongside a new ATR 42-600, the Franco-Italian turboprop builder will display Neo Classic and Neo Prestige passenger seats, Cabinstream multimedia system and ClearVision system to improve pilots' situational awareness.
Farnborough 2018: Leonardo to launch new E-scan radar
Leonardo will unveil the latest in its portfolio of electronically-scanning (E-Scan) radars, the Grifo-E, at this year's Farnborough Air Show.
Singapore 2018: New contracts for ATR
ATR has signed contracts with Bangkok Airways and Berjaya Hotels & Resorts, underling the region’s role as a key market for the regional turboprop builder.
Singapore 2018 : Rolls-Royce, THAI sign testbed agreement
The UK engine-maker will use THAI’s testbed at Don Mueang Airport to support its Trent XWB engine programme.
IAI signs $630m missile deal with India
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) will supply $630m worth of LRSAM Air & Missile Defense Systems for the Indian Navy to India’s BEL.
Singapore Airlines reports 9% drop in operating profit
The SIA Group reported an 8.5% decline in operating profit in the 2016-17 financial year. Full year net profit fell by 55.2%, to $360m.
CNES, Nexeya invest in French nanosatellite industry
French space agency CNES has selected a French mid-tier firm, Nexeya, to pursue efforts to create a national nanosatellite industry. The two partners are investing in a demonstrator called ANGELS.