The Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC), based in Pápa, Hungary is an independent and multinational programme that provides assured access to strategic military airlift capability for its 12 member nations.
QinetiQ Australia has been awarded a contract to design and construct an unmanned aerial systems flight test range in Australia.
The U.S. Navy received its 100th P-8A aircraft from Boeing as the global fleet, which also includes the Indian Navy and Royal Air Force, approaches 300,000 flight hours.
As part of the modernisation of all of NATO's Identification-Friend-or-Foe (IFF) systems to Mode 5 standard, Hensoldt is equipping 90 German Tornado jets with its Mode 5-capable LTR 400 transponder.
The Austrian Air Force has awarded a multi-million-pound contract to Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group to update the navigation systems on its fleet of three former Royal Air Force C-130K aircraft.
For the third time in 12 months, the United States has deployed F-35A Lighting jets into combat.
First Sea Lord Admiral Tony Radakin visited RAF Marham..
With the completion of this key milestone, the A400M is able to carry 116 paratroopers able to jump two at a time from the ramp in freefall or through the paratroop side doors with automatic parachute opening.
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS has signed a contract with Marvin Engineering worth £11.5 million to supply air-to-air pylons for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
The programme will provide its six participating nations with strategic tanker, transport and medical evacuation capabilities based on pooling A330 MRTT aircraft and sharing costs, benefits and risks.