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Aircraft program directory

Airframer's unique directory provides analysis of 1,128 current aircraft programs, covering every aircraft type including general aviation, commercial aircraft, military and larger UAS in current development or production.

As well as having unlimited directory access, subscribers can download Index reports listing and cross-referencing suppliers to 28 aircraft programs, while sponsored editions are freely available.

How to sponsor an aircraft program

Sponsor Name
AC Products, Inc. sponsors the Boeing 737 aircraft program
5464 Airbus A330
Airbus A330
New link! GE Aviation, Digital & Electrical Power: Airborne Communication Systems - Datalink control and display unit (DCDU)
5738 Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey

Supply chain directory

Our directory analyses 7,520 suppliers in 88 sectors of the aerospace supply chain, from the design process, through production techniques, raw materials, systems and assemblies, to flight testing.

As well as having unlimited directory access, subscribers can download Index reports listing and cross-referencing suppliers in 37 of these - as well as the four which have been sponsored which are freely available to all.

How to sponsor a supply chain sector

Airframer directory

The Airframer directory analyses every manufacturer of aircraft under development or currently in production worldwide.

659 companies are listed, and subscribers can download an in-depth Index report.


Our Airframer Directory section is sponsored by Druck.

Druck is a world class supplier of aerospace pressure sensing solutions.

Spotlight news

Airbus unveils the three zero-emission concept aircraft known as ZEROe. These concepts include turbofan, turboprop, and blended-wing body configurations that are powered by hydrogen propulsion. All ZEROe concepts are hydrogen hybrid aircraft.
September 21, 2020
A trans-continental airliner, a regional turboprop and a blended-wing airliner are all powered by hydrogen. Airbus aims to have one of them in service by 2035, although airport infrastructure will need huge investment.


Stirling will support TAI’s engineering team as they work towards the program’s critical design review for the Hurjet aircraft.
September 23, 2020
Stirling Dynamics is to provide the Hurjet program with further training and guidance, expert review and off-site work packages in areas such as flight and gust loads, buffet, flutter and validation testing. Full Story
Instantaneous temperature distribution on a new calorimeter design for the ARC facility computed using Ansys.
September 23, 2020
By simulating scramjet systems, engineering teams can save millions of dollars in physical prototype testing before progressing to the wind tunnel. Ansys has the software and UTA the tunnel. Full Story
Hill is aiming to deliver its first helicopter in 2023.
September 23, 2020
The proposed HX50 is to have composite structure and rotor system, so experts in closed-mould and infusion process technology have been brought in at an early stage. Full Story
The ATR 72-600F takes off from Saint Martin for its first flight.
September 22, 2020
The ATR72-600F is breaking new ground as a regional aircraft factory-built specifically as a freighter. A large cargo door, the latest avionics and standard container capacity should ensure commercial success. Full Story
A model of the Il-112V light military transport aircraft undergoes wind tunnel testing.
September 22, 2020
Lighter components for a new generation Il-112V light military transport have been tested in a trans-sonic wind tunnel at TsAGI. Engine nacelles and landing gear fairings proved comparable to earlier heavier versions. Full Story
HAL’s Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) during hot and high altitude trials.
September 17, 2020
Hovering over the Daulat Beg Oldie Advanced Landing Ground at 5,000 metres above sea level marked the conclusion of extreme condition testing for India's new light utility helicopter. Full Story
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