Spain

By Tony Osborne
NATO has marked 20 years since establishing its Baltic Air Policing mission.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Tony Osborne
Croatia and Greece have signed contracts to purchase de Havilland Canada DHC-515 amphibious aircraft to modernize their aerial firefighting fleets.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Spanish aerostructures and engine components supplier Aciturri is to acquire a stake in Dovetail Electric Aviation.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alan Dron
Spain is following France in proposing a ban on certain domestic flights in the name of sustainability.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Tony Osborne
An Airbus-Dassault Aviation dispute is threatening the timeline for the development of the four-nation Eurodrone, a German defense ministry report has revealed.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
A program to upgrade the Tiger attack helicopters of the French and Spanish armies has been scaled back.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
Spain has formally placed orders for a new fleet of maritime patrol aircraft based on Airbus’ C295 twin-turboprop airlifter.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By David Casey
SkyTeam member Air Algérie plans to return to Madrid in January and boost frequencies to Barcelona.
Airports & Networks

By Ben Goldstein
Lilium has announced the start of production of its initial batch of type-conforming Lilium Jets.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Tony Osborne
The first flight of Sirtap—which Airbus says will have an endurance of 20 hr. and be certified to fly in segregated airspace—is planned for 2025.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Spanish startup Umiles Next has been rebranded Crisalion Mobility as it continues development of air and ground electric and autonomous systems.
Advanced Air Mobility

Aviation Week Staff
Europe’s space workforce grew by 8.2% in 2022 over the prior year, the Space Foundation says in a quarterly report on the state of the space industry.
Commercial Space

By Tony Osborne
Spain is already an operator of the Patriot, but it is unclear whether the Foreign Military Sale will replace Spain’s existing systems or further bolster them.
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Graham Warwick
The milestone follows completion of an industrial program review by Lilium and Aciturri in late August.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Tony Osborne
The Spanish government has given its approval for spending on another batch of Eurofighters for the country’s air force.
Aircraft & Propulsion

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
The Spanish government has approved funding to purchase a new fleet of Airbus C295W-based maritime patrol and surveillance aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
The air chiefs of the three Future Combat Air Systems nations–France, Germany, and Spain–have agreed to a joint vision for collaborative air combat.
Paris Air Show

By Brian Everstine
Airbus Defense is warning of possible delays to a much-anticipated order for more Eurofighter Typhoons by Spain as a result of an upcoming general election.
Paris Air Show

By David Casey
Rome will become a new point on the SkyTeam alliance member’s route map from next summer, while Madrid will also receive more flights.
Airports & Networks

By Aaron Karp
NQY has secured its second Ryanair service to Spain.
Airports & Networks

By Helen Massy-Beresford
The Spanish flag carrier said it has resumed service to all pre-pandemic Latin American destinations.
Airports & Networks

By Aaron Karp
The island of La Palma has been losing air service to Europe.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Malaga becomes a new point on the US carrier’s route map, while Stockholm returns, and flights are being added to Barcelona, Rome and Shannon.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
Kuwait Airways and Jazeera Airways have each unveiled plans to develop their networks.
Airports & Networks