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  • July’s top news stories

    Nasa’s Dragonfly drone to explore Saturn’s moon Titan and Nasa completes in-flight test of Orion Abort system. Aerospace-technology.com brings you the top news stories from July 2019.

  • June’s top news stories

    Nasa selected Astrobotic, Intuitive Machines, and Orbit Beyond to deliver its scientific instruments, and SpaceX is preparing for its third Falcon Heavy mega-rocket launch. Aerospace-technology.com wraps up the key headlines...

  • The highest paid aviation jobs in 2019

    The booming aerospace industry continues to pay competitive salaries globally. At $54 an hour in 2018, aerospace product and parts manufacturing jobs was the second highest paying industry in Canada,...

  • May’s top stories

    Airbus Helicopters and Hungarian Government have announced plans to establish an aerospace facility in Gyula, a town in Békés County, and Japan Airlines (JAL) and Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) have...

  • Airbus vs Boeing: a tale of two rivals

    Boeing, the world’s oldest aircraft manufacturer, enjoyed a monopoly in aviation for 54 years until its major competitor Airbus was born in 1970. Aerospace Technology compares the two aerospace behemoths...

  • April’s top new stories

    Iris Automation launched a computer vision detect-and-avoid solution, known as Casia, for the commercial drone industry and the HAPSMobile JV between Japan’s SoftBank and US-based aerospace company AeroVironment developed an...

  • March’s top news stories

    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...

  • February’s top news stories

    Airbus revealed that it will cease production of the world’s largest commercial airliner, A380, after Emirates, the biggest customer of the model, decided to reduce its total order of the...

  • January’s top news stories

    SMBC Aviation Capital has signed an agreement to purchase 65 A320neo Family aircraft from Airbus for more than $7.4bn at list prices, and IATA has claimed that a ‘no deal’...

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