Email this page The 50th Paris Airshow presented a great opportunity for aviation professionals, to explore the new trends in the aerospace market. On the military side, the airshow took a lower key, reflecting reduced spending in Europe and the United States. Nevertheless, the Russian impact is growing, demonstrating Moscow’sRead More
Paris Airshow 2013
Email this pageThough late to sign on to the network of nations purchasing the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Israel will be the first international customer to operate the fifth-generation fighter, Aviation Week’s David Eshel reports. “Israel will become the first non-U.S. operator of the F-35 in the world,” said Steve O’Bryan,Read More
Email this pageFollowing its successful penetration of the French market, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI) is planning to introduce an exportable, certifiable variant of its Predator B Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPA), paving its way into more markets where the current Predator B ‘Reaper’ was excluded from by USRead More
Alenia Aermacchi offers the M-345 as a basic-advanced lightweight fast jet trainer with Life-Cycle Costs comparable to those of heavyweight turboprops. The company claims the jet-trainer provides much better training effectiveness over turboprop powered trainers, as it offers a real jet environment and real jet handling. With its flexibility and flying qualities, in particular at high operational speed, the aircraft allows significant “downloading” of flying hours from the advanced training phase.
Email this page The showstopper at the 2013 Paris Air Show is definitely Russian Su-35S performing the daily combat aerobatic display flying breathtaking stunts streaking through the Paris sky. closer to the ground, a team of eight robots performed an equally impressive demonstration of ultra-complex coordinated flight, formation keeping andRead More
Email this pageParis Le Bourget, 19 June 2013: The Israel navy will evaluate the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Panther tilt rotor unmanned air system (UAS) for operation on board some of its ships. According to Israeli sources at the Paris Air show, the evaluation will focus on “achieving the fullRead More
Email this pageGeneral Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA‑ASI), has successful developped, integrated and operationally tested a system enabling the transfer of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data in in full, High-definition (HD) video format (1080p). This capability, called VideoSAR, provides continuous, real-time, all-weather, day/night Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) surveillance. “VideoSAR isRead More