Airbus Defense and Space

By Tony Osborne
Saab will supply its Arexis sensor suite to equip a fleet of German Air Force Eurofighters for the suppression and destruction of enemy air defense mission.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Tony Osborne
Airbus Defense and Space announced March 25 that it has entered into an agreement to purchase Cologne-based cyber security outfit Infodas.
Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
Singaporean defense firm ST Engineering has signed deals to provide support for the Airbus C295 and Embraer C-390 transports.
Singapore Airshow

By Chen Chuanren
Following increased interest, Airbus Defense & Space is revisiting the design for a maritime patrol aircraft based on the commercial A320 single-aisle airliner.
Singapore Airshow

By Thierry Dubois
After a revised assessment of its space portfolio, Airbus Defense and Space has taken a €600 million ($642 million) charge on unspecified programs.
Supply Chain

By Chen Chuanren
Singapore’s ST Engineering has unveiled its new Knight Earth observation satellite.
Commercial Space

By Tony Osborne
Airbus is building a road map of technologies for automated aerial refueling that will pave the way for a second-generation MRTT.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Over 50 years, GPS has evolved and inspired the development of similar systems by other nations.
Space

By Helen Chachaty
Airbus Defense and Space has agreed to upgrade France’s A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transports.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Chen Chuanren
The test campaign saw more than 500 dry and wet contacts between the Airbus A330 MRTT and Singapore's receivers, including F-15SGs and Lockheed Martin F-16s.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Joe Anselmo, Jens Flottau, Tony Osborne, Sash Tusa
As Christian Scherer takes up the mantle of Airbus Commercial Aircraft CEO, editors are joined by analyst Sash Tusa to discuss why Airbus is making the change.
Check 6

Aviation Week Staff
Azerbaijan plans to renew its satellite constellation, which currently consists of two communications spacecraft and a single Earth observation satellite.
Space

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aerospace

By Tony Osborne
Airbus, Lockheed Martin and Thales Alenia Space can take part in the first phase of the tender for the UK’s Skynet Enduring Capability Wideband satcoms program.
Space

By Irene Klotz
Europe’s Airbus Defense and Space is upping its stake in the Voyager Space-led Starlab project.
Commercial Space

By Tony Osborne
Madrid has approved spending on a new fleet of Airbus-built UAS for the Spanish Army and Air Force.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Tony Osborne
Across France, Germany and Spain, engineers from 15 companies and consortia are working on the sixth-generation Future Combat Air System.
Paris Air Show

By Tony Osborne
Michael Schoellhorn talks with Aviation Week about the rapidly changing face of Europe’s security requirements.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Tony Osborne
Airbus believes the technology will pave the way for refueling of the UAS and collaborative combat aircraft being developed for FCAS.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Chen Chuanren
China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy challenged the UK Royal Navy’s carrier strike group during its deployment to the Pacific in 2021, an Airbus official says.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Tony Osborne
Satellite developers are pitting themselves against each other to provide a sovereign, resilient military satcom capability for Australia's JP9102 requirement.
Space

By Tony Osborne
European countries need to “reconverge” their space efforts, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury said as he reported lower profits for Airbus' Defense and Space unit.
Space

By Tony Osborne
Babcock will manage and operate the UK Defense Ministry’s communication satellite constellation Skynet, winning out against competition from Airbus and others.
Space

By Thierry Dubois
Noting widespread technology progress toward higher-airspace operations, the French Air and Space Force kicks off a doctrine study.
Emerging Technologies

By Chen Chuanren
Airbus has bolstered its backlog for its twin-turboprop C295 airlifter, disclosing that two buyers in the Asia-Pacific region have placed orders.
Multi-Mission Aircraft