Es’hail-2 communication satellite was launched into the geostationary transfer orbit in November 2018....
The UK Government is inviting organisations to participate in an annual £150m competition with ideas and proposals related to aerospace design and manufacture.
United Electronic Industries’ (UEI) UEI-HUMS1 in-flight health monitoring system is being delivered to Tyonek Global Services, and will be installed onto a US Air Force (USAF) aircraft.
Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) is close to completing the acquisition of aerostructures and nacelle systems manufacturer Middle River Aircraft Systems (MRAS) after receiving a key US approval.
Es’hail-2 communication satellite was launched into the geostationary transfer orbit in November 2018. It is the first Amateur Radio communication satellite in Qatar.
Air New Zealand has formed a digital partnership and installed a 3D-printed part on its Boeing 777-300 aircraft.
Iceland’s budget airline Wow Air ceased operations due to increasing financial issues and a failure to secure more funds, Harbour Air partnered with magniX to transform its seaplanes into an all-electric commercial fleet powered by the magni500 750HP all-electric motor. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key news stories from March 2019.
Collins Aerospace Systems has unveiled plans to establish an advanced electric power systems lab in Rockford, Illinois, US, to enhance its position in the electrification of aircraft.
A team of engineers from the US-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Nasa have developed a new lightweight aircraft wing prototype.
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