Le 22/11/2020 17:22 | Par Antony Angrand

Aurora wants to replace conventional flight control surfaces

Replacing the conventional flight control surfaces of an aircraft is what Aurora Flight Sciences is aiming at through a contract sponsored by DARPA (US Research and development agency). The goal is to develop the tools and technology to include this new type of aircraft control from the primary design of an aircraft and to build a technology demonstrator.

Le 22/11/2020 11:42 | Par Jean-Marc Tanguy

French Navy will receive first three Airbus Dauphin N3 at December 1

First three Airbus Dauphin N3 which were remanufactured by Héli-Union, will join Hyeres Naval Air Base.

Le 20/11/2020 18:23 | Par BOQUET Justine

Ministry of Armed Forces purchases 7 Falcon 2000 Albatros

During her visit in Dassault plant at Seclin today, French minister of Armed Forces purchased 7 Falcon 2000 Albatros

Le 20/11/2020 18:20 | Par La rédaction

Defence : Sabena technics makes acquisitions in MOC

After AeroTech Pro, Sabena technics also acquired Aeromecanic. Its operations consolidates Sabena technics positions in military segment and in Maintenance in Operational Condition (MOC).

Le 20/11/2020 16:54 | Par La rédaction

Eurofighter : Airbus and Germany wants to enter into Switzerland market

After having won the contract of 38 combat aircraft Eurofighters for German air forces Airbus and German government submit Eurofighter offer to Switzerland

Civil Aviation

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Civil Aviation

| Heguy Jean-Baptiste

Korean Air and Hanjin Group to get their hands on Asiana

Supported by its parent company Hanjin Group, Korean Air plans to buy out its competitor for nearly 1.4 billion euros. Consolidation following the air transport crisis linked to the Covid-19 pandemic is underway. The news came from Korea that Korean Air and Hanjin KAL Group, its parent company, had decided to buy out its competitor Asiana Airlines at a board meeting on 16 November 2020. Korean Air plans to acquire Asiana for 1.8 trillion won, or nearly 1.4 billion euros. In order to secure this amount, Korean Air plans to increase its capital by 1.9 billion euros by issuing new shares.

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Industry

| Antony Angrand

Aurora wants to replace conventional flight control surfaces

Replacing the conventional flight control surfaces of an aircraft is what Aurora Flight Sciences is aiming at through a contract sponsored by DARPA (US Research and development agency). The goal is to develop the tools and technology to include this new type of aircraft control from the primary design of an aircraft and to build a technology demonstrator.

En savoir plus

Defence

Drones

Space