2016: The year's biggest Aerospace Technology stories
Iran to buy 118 Airbus aircraft, Ball Aerospace to build OMPS, and ISRO to launch indigenous space shuttle. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from 2016.
November's top stories: CS300 jet to airBaltic, Colombia plane crash kills 75 passengers
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has delivered the first CS300 plane to launch operator Air Baltic (airBaltic), and a charter aircraft has crashed in Cerro Gordo, Colombia, killing 75 people on-board. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from November, 2016.
October's top stories: Rockwell Collins to buy B/E Aerospace, Thales opens UK-based electric propulsion facility
Rockwell Collins signed a definitive agreement to acquire aircraft cabin interior manufacturer B/E Aerospace for $8.3bn and Thales Alenia Space opened a new facility that will manufacture electric propulsion systems for satellites in Belfast, UK. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from October 2016.
September's top stories: ISRO launches eight satellites, UAE to implement new law for drones
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has launched eight satellites into space, and the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority is planning to enforce a new law to restrict the import and export of drones in the country. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2016.
August's top stories: Airlander 10 crash-lands, FAA's new commercial drone rules take effect
Airlander 10 has crash-landed at the end of its second test flight and the US Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) new small drone regulation becomes effective and ISRO is planning to launch its Aditya-L1 satellite mission to study the Sun by 2020. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from August 2016.