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2015: The year's biggest Aerospace Technology stories
04 January, 2016 | by Nitin Kumar
NASA to build a 3D printed rocket engine, Boeing gets a patent for a drone that can turn into a submarine, and Amazon unveils a delivery drone prototype. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the...
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The biggest aerospace company takeovers in 2015 23 December, 2015 The global aerospace market continued to grow in 2015 buoyed by strong growth in the commercial sector neatly offsetting lower defence sales. Aerospace-technology.com lists the biggest...

The 10 countries most active in space 22 December, 2015 While few countries have the technological capability to operate large-scale missions, a host of ambitious nations are ensuring a competitive field in the race to colonise...

The biggest aircraft deals in 2015 21 December, 2015 Airbus and Boeing held all the aces, winning some big billion dolalr aircraft deals in 2015 including a whopping $26.5bn order by Indian airline Indigo - the biggest ever order for...

The world’s largest space agencies 16 December, 2015 Although the initial space missions were dominated by the race between Soviet and American agencies, China’s CNSA, Europe’s ESA, and India’s ISRO are quickly catching up....

Proximity to Aerospace Manufacturers: A New Business Model for Repair Services 10 December, 2015 Aerospace manufacturers look to speed repairs while reducing costs by working with international repair services that offer full service locations in close...

November's top stories: Blue Origin tests rocket, SpaceX to send astronauts to ISS 01 December, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal Blue Origin, a private space company by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has completed a test flight of a fully reusable rocket, beating SpaceX's attempt at a similar landing, the United States...

Ten attempts at a flying car in the last decade 20 November, 2015 The flying car has been a daydream since the era of Henry Ford, but you may soon see them on the daily commute thanks to designers who are steadily progressing towards the...

October's top stories: World View completes test flight, Airbus wins $17bn aircraft order 01 November, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal State-owned China Aviation Supplies Holding has signed an agreement with Airbus to buy 130 aircraft at an estimated cost of $17bn, Taiwan-based EVA Airways is planning to buy up to 24...

The world’s top jetpack concepts 27 October, 2015 There have been many attempts to build a fully functioning jetpack, with mixed results. The concept is not without its risks, yet the sci-fi dream is slowly becoming a reality thanks to the...

September's top stories: Boeing wins $38bn China deal, Nasa finds water on Mars 01 October, 2015 by Byomakesh Biswal Boeing received orders and commitments for 300 aeroplanes from China worth $38bn, Nasa confirmed that it has found strong evidence of flowing of liquid water on Mars, while American...

August's top stories: Berkshire-PCC $37.2bn deal, IndiGo’s $26.5bn Airbus order 04 September, 2015 by Rohit Siripuram Berkshire Hathaway agreed to buy Precision Castparts (PCC) for $37.2bn, Facebook launched solar-powered drone for broader internet service and India-based IndiGo finalised $26.5bn A320neo...

July’s top stories: Lockheed buys Sikorsky for $9bn, Solar Impulse 2 halted 07 August, 2015 by Rohit Siripuram Lockheed Martin to acquire Sikorsky Aircraft for $9bn, Purdue University researchers develop a heat exchange device to help cool supersonic aircraft engines, and GKN buys Netherlands-based...

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