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During a demo flight of the Genesys Aerosystems HeliSAS, AIN writer Kipp Lau experienced the systems' many safety benefits.
By measuring pilots' physical reactions during flight training, SMU and CAE researchers believe performance can be more objectively determined.
The United Arab Emirates appears set to buy the Chinese Hongdu L-15 to answer its advanced and fighter lead-in training requirements.
The Royal Thai Army has placed an order for the AH-6 helicopter with Boeing, while MD Helicopters has delivered MD 530Gs to neighboring Malaysia.
The converted Challenger 650 bizjet is flying regular missions along the Poland-Belarus border to monitor Russian ground force activities.
Developing two aircraft with common basic requirements and timeline have drawn Japan and the UK closer together in terms of technology development.
Turkish Aerospace is showing off the TF mock-up in Singapore as part of a wider effort to gain export orders for its indigenous products and technology.
A growth in tension in the Asia-Pacific region is fueling greater defense spending by nations looking to align themselves more closely with the U.S.
Combat readiness is critical for any air force, and Red 6 aims to improve fighter pilots' skills with augmented reality training.
Elbit’s popular Skylark 3 UAS has been developed with a dual electric/internal combustion propulsion system offering a dramatic increase in endurance.