Opening new manufacturing opportunities for Australia in aerospace, medicine and light industry Monash University researchers along with collaborators from CSIRO and Deakin University have printed a jet engine. In fact Monash and their spin-out company Amaero, have printed two engines. One is on display this week at the International Air Show in Avalon, while the … More The world’s first printed jet engine
CIRRUS AIRCRAFT NEWS Duluth, Minn. (22 December 2014) – Cirrus Aircraft announced today the successful maiden flight of the third and final conforming flight test aircraft, ‘C-Two’ (C2), in their Vision SF50 personal jet program. The initial flight of C2 marks the latest significant milestone for the Vision™ jet program as C2 now joins C0 … More Final Conforming Vision SF50® Personal Jet Takes Flight to Complete Certification Fleet
Dassault Aviation Reveals First Falcon 8X Next step: maiden flight in first quarter 2015 December 17, 2014 (Bordeaux-Merignac, France): Dassault Aviation today rolled back the curtains on the ultra long range Falcon 8X, the company’s new flagship and the latest addition to the growing Falcon business jet family. Unveiled at Dassault’s Bordeaux-Merignac facility before an … More Dassault Aviation Reveals First Falcon 8X
By Amy Butler email@example.com Source: AWIN First The F-35A is expected to cost about 10% more to operate than the F-16 it is intended to replace for the U.S. Air Force and other international military services, according to U.S. government officials. USAF Lt. Gen. Christopher Bogdan, program executive officer overseeing the F-35 program, told Dutch … More F-35A Cost Per Flying Hour Exceeds F-16 by 10%
Filed April 1, 2013 It looks like the J20 shown to the world is a head fake the real J20-X program is more radical and we have the first artists rendition based on secret photos shown to us. The J20 shown “leaked to the world” is a low tech aircraft that is being put out there … More Actual secret Chinese J20 stealth jet… Artist’s rendition from smuggled underground pictures…the J20 shown to the public and to the press is a fake!
By Guy Norris firstname.lastname@example.org Source: AWIN First March 01, 2013 The temporary grounding of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has been lifted after investigators determined the turbine blade crack which prompted the stand down was an isolated event. “Based on the findings from our initial on-wing inspection to our subsequent inspections in our lab, we determined … More Engine Investigation Clears F-35 To Return To Flight
Bombardier Slips Learjet 85 Timeline To Mid-2014.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hawker 800 Raytheon Hawker 800XP of NetJets Europe Role Mid-size business jet Manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft (since 2007) Raytheon (1993-2007) British Aerospace (1977-1993) First flight 26 June 1983 Status Active In production Primary users Japan Air Self-Defense Force Republic of Korea Air Force Brazilian Air Force Produced 1983-Present Number built 650 Developed from British Aerospace BAe 125 … More Hawker 800 a great Aircraft that may be lost as part of the Beechcraft Bankruptcy
Transaction Valued At $81 Million Based On List Prices Bombardier Aerospace has received orders for a total of six Learjet 75 business jets from an undisclosed customer. The transaction is valued at approximately $81 million based on the 2012 list price for typically equipped aircraft. “The Learjet 75 aircraft is a blend of innovative technology, … More Bombardier Aerospace Secures Orders For Six Learjet 75 Aircraft
By: STEPHEN TRIMBLE WASHINGTON DC 10:04 19 Dec 2012 Source: Gulfstream has released new drawings of a supersonic business jet design in patent application forms, revealing features such as a telescoping nose, highly-sloped fuselage and variable-geometry wings. The drawings from patent filings dated in April and August emerge less than two months after a Gulfstream executive said the … More Gulfstream reveals new supersonic aircraft, inlet designs in patent filings
The Pentagon and Lockheed Martin have finally agreed on a 4% decrease in the target cost for the next production lot of stealthy F-35s after more than a year of antagonistic negotiations. Target per-unit airframe costs are as follows for the three variants of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF): $105 million for the conventional-takeoff-and-landing F-35A; … More F-35 Deal Targets Lower Price, More Shared Risk
By Michael Mecham email@example.com, Guy Norris firstname.lastname@example.org November 15, 2012 Boeing is preparing for a big shift to advanced satellite navigation systems by adopting 787-style digital displays for the 737 MAX program, which will enable easier upgrades as airlines adapt to evolving air traffic control requirements. The flight deck upgrade “was an important program decision” … More Boeing Looks To Future Technology Needs In MAX Design