RTX

By Steve Trimble
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency seeks to field an “interim capability” against hypersonic glide vehicles by 2029 as the Glide Phase Interceptor slides to 2035.
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Sean Broderick
The timing of the latest mandate is expected to prompt a final spike in engine removals.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Guy Norris
Guy Norris talks with CEO Tom Vice about the spinoff-turned-prime’s growth plans as its space defense business surges and its spaceplane prepares for flight.
Space Symposium

By Tony Osborne
Norway is to spend an extra 600 billion krone ($56 billion) on defense over the next 12 years, building up a stronger navy and ground-based air defenses.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Matthew Fulco
The U.S. is marshaling unprecedented resources to shore up its chipmaking capabilities. Results thus far are mixed.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Stephen Perry
Had these transactions happened, the industry today would be almost unrecognizable.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Steve Trimble, Brian Everstine
Facing a reduction to its expected budget next year, the military cuts back on near-term aircraft procurement.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Tony Osborne
Rising demand for weapons stocks is driving a review of European missile manufacturing.
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Sean Broderick, Jens Flottau
Unplanned PW1000G inspections strain Pratt & Whitney’s parts supply chain.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Antoine Fafard
Boeing was the top revenue generator among the major aerospace companies in 2023 but was also the only Top 10 company to report a net loss.
AWIN Knowledge Center

By Matthew Fulco
GlobalFoundries (GF) has been awarded $1.5 billion through the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act that will be used to manufacture secure chips.
Supply Chain

By Byron Callan
Politics, historical context and the workings of the U.S. defense industrial complex are among the reasons.
Supply Chain

By Michael Bruno
The supply chain feeding RTX is “broadly” stabilizing and improving, the company’s chief financial officer says.
Supply Chain

By Steve Trimble
DARPA grants under the umbrella of REMA have been awarded to Anduril, RTX, Leidos, Northrop Grumman and SoarTech.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Round the world on hydrogen; first-responder VTOL competition; stop-fold tiltrotor; another Chinese eVTOL.
Emerging Technologies

By Sash Tusa
Manufacturers of radars, missiles and system integrators should see a near-decade of exceptional volume and demand.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Sean Broderick
The running daily average of grounded aircraft—most of them Airbus A320neo-family variants—is expected to be around 350 through 2026.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
A new contract awarded to Raytheon aims to expand the application and understanding of high-power microwave weapons beyond capabilities now entering service.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Matthew Fulco
Raytheon has been awarded a $20 million contract to develop an advanced multi-chip package for use in airborne, maritime and ground sensors.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Steve Trimble
The company has launched a bid to replace the Honeywell Integrated Power Package with a new system offering greater cooling capacity.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
RTX closed out 2023 strongly as its fourth-quarter earnings beat Wall Street’s expectations.
Supply Chain

By Guy Norris
The startup details the Quarterhorse flight-test plan as concept design work accelerates for the follow-on Darkhorse hypersonic cruiser.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
The agency and airframer are overcoming atmospheric and technical challenges to see how sustainable aviation fuel affects emissions and contrails.
Emerging Technologies

By Michael Bruno
Phil Jasper will become president of Raytheon, with longtime leader Wes Kremer leaving the position Jan. 7, the company has said.
Missile Defense & Weapons

Alex Krutz
More companies are likely to need a strong focus on operations to execute challenging business initiatives.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain