Air-to-surface Weapon System exhibited with two leading European fighter jet manufacturers

Highlights include latest variants of AW101 helicopter, M-346 Fighter Attack and P-72A MPA


€1.6 Billion for US F-16 Block 70/72 fighter jet purchase

The UK has articulated a requirement for a ballistic missile defence radar. How close is this aspiration to realisation? 

RAAF KC-30A Receives from A310 Tanker

New Zealand's selection of the P-8 highlights certain regional & allied trends

Elbit Systems commences global marketing of the HERMES 900 StarLiner, a powerful and trend setting Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) that features adverse weather capabilities and is fully compliant with NATO’s Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 4671, qualifying it to be safely integrated into civilian airspace and fly in the same environment with manned aircraft.

New Unmanned Aircraft Capable of Operating in Civilian Airspace

”A Perfect Fit for Countries That Have Limited Resources”

The ability to relay tactical pictures to ground and air force commanders

MQ-9B is the next generation of GA-ASI’s multi-mission PREDATOR B fleet. GA-ASI named its baseline MQ-9B aircraft SkyGuardian, and the maritime surveillance variant SeaGuardian. MQ-9B is a “type-certifiable” (STANAG 4671-compliant) version of the MQ-9 Predator B product line. Its development is the result of a five-year, company-funded effort to deliver a RPA that can meet the stringent airworthiness type-certification requirements of various military and civil authorities, including the UK Military Airworthiness Authority (MAA) and the US FAA. Type-certification, together with an extensively tested collision avoidance system, will allow unrestricted operations in all classes of civil airspace.

First MALE RPA to successfully complete a trans-Atlantic flight

The air-to-surface missile game

Additional Contract on Horizon

Overview of air-to-air missiles

Increased Endurance and Reduced Cost

SkyGuardian Takes Off from North Dakota on Trans-Atlantic Flight

Airbus Defence & Space urges Europe to come together to work on a future combat air system (FCAS), warning that the continent cannot support the development of several competing platforms again. (Image: Airbus)

Airbus urges Franco-German solution to future combat air system

In January 2017, BAE Systems and Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) signed a collaboration agreement on the first development phase of an indigenous fifth-generation fighter jet for the Turkish Air Force – TF-X. Will design concepts flow into BAE Systems’ vision for a future combat air system? (Image: TAI)

Ensuring UK maintains a world-leading combat air capability

F-16 Only Viable Launch Platform

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