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2022年現在、専用の長距離爆撃機を運用するのはアメリカ・ロシア・中国の3カ国のみであり、計518機が配備されています。 製品デモはこちらから > bit.ly/3PkAwLN
It is not just operators, charter brokers and aircraft sales teams that are feeling the uptick in demand in Europe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. People on those flights have brought their business to FBOs. bit.ly/3wBs97j #EBACE2022
Over the next decade, global military operators will receive 6,125 fighter aircraft. Access details about what is beyond the horizon for emerging operator requirements with Fleet Discovery Military. bit.ly/3mDn8Xd
From Aurora tests aircraft enabled by flow control to SpaceX launches third flight in five days, lifts Starlink satellites to orbit. Take a look at these and more in our daily roundup of aerospace & defense news. bit.ly/3LuKaID
Japan is reportedly considering switching the contractor providing integration support for the F-X fighter development from Lockheed Martin to BAE Systems. bit.ly/3sHb49y
Graham Webb, Pratt & Whitney’s Chief Sustainability Officer, tells Lee Ann Shay about what needs to be done now to reduce aviation’s carbon footprint. bit.ly/37H9wF7
The U.S. Air Force has decided to not renew an ongoing contract with Draken International for adversary air training at Nellis AFB, Nevada, because it has determined the contractor’s jets can no longer provide the effective training it needs. bit.ly/3wExhGr
Biggin Hill is the only dedicated business-aviation airport that sits inside the M25, London’s unofficial border. In 2017 it secured extended opening hours, and shortly after, Bombardier chose Biggin as its primary European operating location. bit.ly/3lpvsrO #EBACE2022
As the business aviation industry's about to gather in Geneva for the first time since 2019, the European Business Aviation Association's striving to help its members cope with issues, from the COVID-19 crisis to the Russia-Ukraine war. bit.ly/3G6GU4X #EBACE2022
Embraer Executive Jets has received a boost in orders from first-time buyers. The market is stronger than ever, Michael Amalfitano said in a pre-EBACE briefing with The Weekly of Business Aviation. bit.ly/3FYPQct #EBACE2022
Sustainability's not only an established item on the corporate-aviation agenda, but a key preoccupation across the sector. COVID-19 pandemic's helped sharpen arguments, while the United Nations’ COP27 conference re-emphasized what's at stake. bit.ly/3sMisjT #EBACE2022
Since 2015 Draken has flown “enemy aircraft” for high-end training events at the Nevada Test and Training Range, in exercises such as Red Flag and for the U.S. Air Force Weapons School. bit.ly/3wExhGr
The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) event was canceled due to the pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Here's a look back at Aviation Week Network's coverage of the event since its first year in 2001 ahead of next week's show. bit.ly/3FQmVr4
Russia’s United Engine Corporation (UEC) has completed the bench test of the first prototype of its PD-8 turbofan engine. bit.ly/3yKz3IS
The U.S. Air Force now expects the first flight of the Northrop Grumman B-21 bomber in 2023 as the service prepares for a public rollout later this year. bit.ly/3MCg72I
One reason why Japan is considering such a move is gridlock in negotiations with Lockheed Martin regarding the extent of information sharing necessary for Japan’s operational sovereignty. bit.ly/3sHb49y
“The next major program milestone is first flight of the initial test aircraft, which is projected to occur in 2023,” the Air Force said in a statement. “The first B-21 flight will be data-driven, not date-driven.” bit.ly/3MCg72I
This webinar discusses how the radically changed geopolitical environment has combined with ongoing economic and regulatory challenges to put unprecedented pressure on the global defense M&A landscape. bit.ly/3vH8rX5
From the governments of Finland and Sweden endorsing plans to join NATO, to South Korea buying 40 Bell 505 training helicopters. Take a look at these and more in our daily roundup of aerospace & defense news. bit.ly/3lemw8u
As of 2022, only three countries continue to operate dedicated long-range bombers—China, Russia and the U.S.—with 518 aircraft in service around the world. bit.ly/3Nhwvps
The initial production COMAC C919 airliner took flight for the first time on May 14 as the narrowbody nears commercial service after years of delay. bit.ly/3PqX3qc
The high price of the COMAC C919 makes the aircraft less competitive against its Western counterparts, although it is widely accepted that Chinese airlines could get concessions when the type is deployed domestically. bit.ly/3FT943l
Here it is again in case you missed the latest podcast: The war in Ukraine is revealing the vulnerability of attack helicopters to man-portable air-defense systems. How can manufacturers protect future rotorcraft and whether those ideas make sense. bit.ly/3woaoXv:
When OEMs launch a new airplane program, they will need supplier partners to help shoulder the burden of development. bit.ly/3FS0HFm
Market demand for the A320neo family remains strong, but Airbus is delaying A321XLR entry-into-service due to certification issues. bit.ly/3Mlc6zE
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From a Raytheon investment forming a hypersonic boost for Hermeus, to Russia's invasion of Ukraine prompting Norwegian defense spending. Take a look at these and more in our daily roundup of aerospace & defense news. bit.ly/3yB0hkL
After western sanctions were placed on Russia in March, aircraft leasing companies have had mixed results in their efforts to retrieve aircraft on lease to Russian carriers. Now, lessors are now putting contingency plans in place. bit.ly/3L132yF
French industry launches new promotion effort to hire young production workers amidst concern low interest may hamper production ramp-up. bit.ly/3N6OgYu
Vulnerability of attack helicopters and how to protect future rotorcraft discussed in the latest podcast. ttps://bit.ly/3woaoXv
Does your organization require specific data, intelligence or analysis? Aviation Week Intelligence Network's (AWIN) trusted analysts can provide the custom solutions you need to succeed . Learn more today. bit.ly/3ziR1PN
今後の新規発注がなかったとしても、これほど多くのホークが世界中に配備されていることから、今後も当分の間は多くのメンテナンス需要が見込まれます。Aviation Week Networkでは、ホークのMRO需要は少なくとも60億ドル以上になると予想しています。 製品デモはこちらから > bit.ly/3PkAwLN
Virgin Orbit secures an agreement with L3 Harris Technologies to acquire two Boeing 747-400 airframes to support growth plans for additional launch capacity. Take a look at this and more in our daily roundup of aerospace & defense news. bit.ly/3N7ZgF8
A roundup of everything you may have missed at MRO Americas 2022. bit.ly/3PfYbgk
Swedish Biofuels has announced plans to bring 400,000 metric tons (130 million gal) of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) annually to the Swedish market by building three new plants producing alcohol-to-jet (ATJ) fuel. bit.ly/3kZI20F
French industry launches new promotion effort to hire young production workers amidst concern low interest may hamper production ramp-up. bit.ly/3N6OgYu
The UK Defense Ministry is launching a pair of CubeSats on the first planned horizontal launch from a UK spaceport, and more. Take a look at this and more in our daily roundup gallery of aerospace & defense news. bit.ly/3w4Cloy
Did you miss the Check 6 podcast? Q1 2022 financial reports from Airbus and Boeing were snapshots of the different fates the two leading airframers face. Listen in as Aviation Week editors discuss the increasingly diverging paths within the duopoly. bit.ly/3MYABCT
Why MRO spending for the A220 is likely to show solid growth as regional airline traffic recovers first. bit.ly/37l9OkY
Submit your nominations and find out who has what it takes to join this list of illustrious contributors to the commercial aviation and aerospace industry! Make your choice today: bit.ly/3KIcA15 #Laureates #AviationWeek #AWN #Aviation
How are you staying informed of the latest market developments? Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) members have access to sector-specific market briefings, industry analysis & exclusive content. Learn more. bit.ly/3KxYvnJ
April Tracked Aircraft Utilization Data now available! Access comprehensive, up-to-date and accurate solution for global tracking of commercial and business aircraft utilization, now including domestic vs. international hours and cycles reporting. bit.ly/3jn4SOE
Speakers will discuss how to mitigate the impacts from a commercial and contractual perspective caused by the unprecedented supply chain disruptions and labor shortages. #AvWeekEvents #ADMFG Register today: bit.ly/3L0fXRa
A roundup of aftermarket news announcements from MRO Americas 2022 in Dallas, Texas. bit.ly/37RAl9X
As air transport recovers to normal levels in much of the world, IATA Director General Willie Walsh discusses the issues carriers are now contending with, how the market is changing and the outlook for the industry. bit.ly/3LGEZ9f
Embraer’s urban air mobility spinoff Eve UAM will list publicly on the New York Stock Exchange and AST SpaceMobile is selling more stock. Take a look at these and more in our daily roundup of aerospace & defense news. bit.ly/3LZz5A8
The war in Ukraine shows that the battlefield has become a harsh environment for helicopters and sweeping airborne maneuvers. bit.ly/3M10mCt
With increasing use of crossover narrowbody jets, the airlines operating such aircraft from the Embraer E-Jets E2 and Airbus A220 families have been working to ensure their passengers are entertained and remain connected during flights. bit.ly/3kSwEU9
Boeing on April 28 unveiled the first T-7A Red Hawk trainer for the U.S. Air Force, though the aircraft will remain at the company’s St. Louis facility for more ground and flight tests before being handed over to the service. bit.ly/3sJCnQH
By the first quarter of this year, twin-aisle deliveries and backlogs by value had declined to just 30% of the market. bit.ly/3KYxb1g
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