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The latest top stories in aircraft manufacturing worldwide.

Dassault held a virtual product launch, with CGI rendered 10X in the hangar.
May 6, 2021
With a non-stop range of 7,500nm or more than 15 hours, Dassault has ensured that its future Falcon will have the most comfortable cabin possible - large, exceptional pressurisation, and with pure filtered air. Full Story
Cobham Missions Systems to add chaff and flare systems for Quadriga Tranche 4 Eurofighter Typhoon fleet.
May 6, 2021
Cobham Mission Systems has supported the Typhoon from the start and has provided essential equipment for more than 550 of the aircraft currently in service. More chaff and flare systems are now on order. Full Story
Stratolaunch Talon-A separation article.
May 6, 2021
Talon-A is a fully reusable, autonomous, liquid rocket-powered Mach 6-class vehicle which can provide over 60 seconds of hypersonic flight test conditions. It needs a monster carrier aircraft to get it airborne. Full Story
Orbiter 4 is designed to be suitable for marine border protection and security of sensitive marine facilities.
May 6, 2021
With advanced image processing, automatic takeoff and recovery, and the ability to navigate with or without GPS/datalink, Orbiter 4 can take-off and land on any type of vessel and is operated by only three personnel. Full Story
How the Next-Generation Fighter (NGF) will look in flight.
May 6, 2021
Within EUMET, Safran will lead the engine's design and integration, MTU will lead the engine service activities and ITP Aero will develop the low-pressure turbine and the nozzle amongst other items. Full Story
A recent flight demonstration in North Dakota using the uAvionix SkyLine C2 infrastructure and ping200X transponder.
May 6, 2021
Airbus SE's High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) flight testing article, Zephyr, is first to use a ground-breaking transponder produced by uAvionix. The device is expected to find applications in drones and general aviation. Full Story
May 6, 2021
On the brink of a major product announcement, Dassault continues to make progress with its Falcon 6X. Three test aircraft will eventually complete the certification process during next year. Full Story
April 28, 2021
Forty-two years since the delivery of the first R22, Robinson has notched up an average of over 300 helicopters per year to customers all around the world. There are three models in the line-up. Full Story
April 28, 2021
Reorganising its aerostructures activity into two major companies, in France and Germany, Airbus aims to focus more closely on assembly and less on the manufacture of detail parts. Full Story