Virgin Galactic, the worldâ€™s first commercial spaceline, owned by Sir Richard Bransonâ€™s Virgin Group and Aabar Investments PJS, has appointed Kenneth H. Sunshine as its first Chief Financial Officer.
In this newly created role, Sunshine will be responsible for managing… Continue reading
The new Full Flight Simulator of SSJ100 aircraft has been put in place in Zhukovsky, Moscow Region, by the Training Center managed by SuperJet International, the joint venture between Alenia Aeronautica – a Finmeccanica Company – and Sukhoi Holding.
The… Continue reading
OTTAWA â€“ The â€œFrom the Investigatorâ€ (FTI) initial flight safety report for the November 17, 2010, crash of CF-18 aircraft number CF188789 near Cold Lake, Alberta, is available on the Air Force Directorate of Flight Safety website.
The Flight Safety… Continue reading
The U.S. Navy completed the first free-flight testing of the Joint Standoff Weapon C-1 variant at Point Mugu Sea Range Calif., July 26.
Free-flight tests are done to verify that the weapon’s characteristics meet the performance requirements in the design.… Continue reading
The privatisation committee of Kuwait Airways asked potential investors to submit their interest in buying a stake in the Gulf Arab state’s carrier, the first step towards privatising the state-owned carrier.
“Interested parties will have an opportunity to subscribe to… Continue reading
FORT WORTH, Texas, August 1st, 2011 — The first four of 24 new Lockheed Martin
advanced Block 52 F-16s produced for the Royal Moroccan Air Force
have left the Lockheed Martin facility in Fort Worth, Texas, en route to
Morrocco.… Continue reading
Boeing and Korean Air today announced an order for two additional Next-Generation 737-900ER (extended range) jetliners. The new airplanes will be fitted with the new Boeing Sky Interior and the order is valued at $171.6 million at Boeing list prices.… Continue reading
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. (AFNS) — With the arrival of the joint strike
fighter, the military continues setting the historic milestones for the
worldwide aviation industry in preparing the first F-35 Lightning II
Lt. Col. Eric Smith became… Continue reading
The Airbus Corporate Foundation has helped deliver 36 tonnes of dried food to famine-blighted areas of southeast Africa, in a relief effort organised jointly with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IRFC). On 27 July, a… Continue reading
The Vietnam Marine Police has taken delivery of the first of three C212-400 it ordered from Airbus Military.
The second aircraft will be delivered later this year, and the third in early 2012.
This modernized C212–400 series incorporates the latest… Continue reading