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Aircraft program directory

Airframer's unique directory provides analysis of 1,117 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 27 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
5804 Bye Aerospace eFlyer 2
Bye Aerospace eFlyer 2
New link! Aviation Safety Resources: Whole Aircraft Parachutes - Soteria whole aircraft recovery parachutes system
4707 LIFT Hexa
LIFT Hexa
New link! Embention: Autopilots - 4x Veronte Autopilot

Supply chain directory

Our directory analyses 7,477 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.

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

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Sponsorship of the Airframer section of the directory, and its Index report, is currently available. Find out more.

Sponsored Index reports

These Index reports are available to download free-of-charge thanks to our kind sponsors.

Many more Index reports are available to subscribers.

Spotlight news

Virgin Galactic unveils Mach 3 aircraft design for high speed travel.
August 4, 2020
Just like other aircraft, Virgin's proposed aircraft will carry up to 19 passengers from conventional airports. Unlike other aircraft it will then accelerate them up beyond Mach 3. Rolls-Royce are now onboard.

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The new Bell facility in Wichita, Kansas will support multiple Bell programs and business areas.
August 10, 2020
Textron has repurposed an engineering facility, located at One Cessna Blvd, as a new support office for Bell helicopters. A growing team there will work on US Army modernisation programs. Full Story
August 7, 2020
The production line for the wings of the G650 was moved to Gulfstream's home in Savannah last year, and now Triumph has agreed to sell the related supply chain activities to the airframer. Full Story
First deliveries of the King Air 360 will be later this year.
August 5, 2020
Liebherr has delivered the main gear steering control unit for the Boeing 777.
August 4, 2020
Liebherr is celebrating progress with its work on the Boeing 777 and 787 steering systems. These are the first full package stand-alone electronics units built by the company. Full Story
EHang 216 has obtained a Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) from Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA).
August 3, 2020
Yunfu city in Guangdong is to host a new production and training facility for EHang, capable of manufacturing up to 600 autonomous air vehicles a year. A special variant for high-rise block fire fighting has been introduced. Full Story
EAG Hybrid Electric Regional Aircraft (HERA). (Photo: Electric Aviation Group (EAG))
July 31, 2020
A UK engineering firm has revealed plans for a 70-seat hybrid aircraft, with airborne battery regeneration, gear-assisted take-off run and short take-off performance. The in-service target is 2028. Full Story
Dufour’s latest demonstrator has completed its first phase of flight testing. It is planned to develop the program into a proposed aEro 3 model for production.
July 30, 2020
Canadair blazed the trail with its CL-84 "Dynavert" in the 1960s, and now a Swiss company is hoping to bring the tilt-wing concept to market. The aEro 2 has been performing well in testing. Full Story
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