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Aircraft program directory

Airframer's unique directory provides analysis of 1,126 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
0 IAI Mulitflyer
6367 General Atomics Predator B
General Atomics Predator B
New link! Leonardo Airborne Systems UK: Sensors/Transducers - SAGE 750 Electronic Support Measure (ESM) system

Supply chain directory

Our directory analyses 7,519 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.

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Spotlight news

Final assembly of the KF-X prototype has begun.
September 9, 2020
The KF-X's mission computer and flight control computer are scheduled to be mounted on the prototype after performance tests this year, in time to perform ground tests. First flight is slated for 2022.

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September 17, 2020
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The V400 Albatross at the 2020 World UAV Conference. (Photos: Autoflight)
September 17, 2020
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Elbit Systems- Cyclone will supply Forward Equipment Bay assemblies for the F-35. (Photo: Elbit Systems)
September 17, 2020
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BAE Systems will design, develop, and integrate a fly-by-wire flight control system, including active inceptors, for the new AS2 aircraft.
September 17, 2020
BAE Systems facilities in Endicott, New York, and Rochester, U.K. will undertake the fly-by-wire flight control system development for the supersonic Aerion project, using smaller and lighter components. Full Story
An artist's impression of Exosonic’s low boom supersonic airliner converted into an executive transport aircraft - although the design has since further evolved.
September 9, 2020
Boom softening techniques developed by Exosonic should enable a future business jet to travel over land or water at around twice the speed of current aircraft. All the president's men could be onboard. Full Story
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