Professor Keith Hayward, Head of Research RAeS comments on the recent news of £2bn investment boost to the UK aerospace sector.
After missing out in India’s MMRCA contest, a combination of private funding, demanding export customers and high-level political backing means Eurofighter Typhoon is now set to unlock its true multi-role potential. Analysis
Professor Keith Hayward, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Head of Research provides analysis and insight of the latest Top 100 aerospace companies survey from PwC/Flight International.
Professor Keith Hayward, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Head of Research offers commentary on the news of a possible merger between BAE Systems and EADS to create a new giant aerospace and defence industrial grouping.
An update on MBDA’s new Meteor long range air-to-air missile, together with its new precision SPEAR weapon programme.
Is the aerospace sector doing all that it can to promote STEM subjects as a gateway into the exciting world of aviation and space? Or can more be done?
Analysis and summary of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July, including the Futures Day.
A report of the highlights from the fourth and final trade day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
A report of the highlights from the third day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
A report of the highlights from the second day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
A report of the highlights from the first day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
An updated preview of what to look forward to at this year’s Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
Is the European combat aircraft industry set for inevitable decline in the post-Eurofighter, Rafale and Gripen era? Hard hitting analysis of a looming crisis.
Analysis – why the Rafale won India’s MMRCA defence contract, and the industrial implications for Europe’s fighter manufacturers.
What could the collapse of the Euro mean to the aerospace industry? A special analysis from Professor Keith Hayward, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Head of Research, who assesses the impact and effects of the Eurozone crisis on the aviation sector.
The best of UK manufacturing innovation and technology is set to be put on display to the public later this year at the Science Museum in London – but what latest aerospace innovations would you choose?
How secure is the future of the UK aerospace sector? Worries mount over long-term health of the UK’s aerospace industry due to R&D shortfall.
Electrically-powered passenger aircraft? Intelligent paint? Planet-exploring micro robots? A look into the science of nanotechnology and the remarkable changes that such research could offer to change the future of aerospace.
Exclusive video interview with Dr Reinhard Opitz – German WW2 veteran and one of the few pilots to have flown the rocket-powered Messerschmitt Me 163 fighter.
The latest farcical twist to the KC-X tanker saga saw the USAF procurement executive send confidential assessment to rival competitors, Boeing and EADS. What next for this aviation procurement soap opera and could a split buy be on the cards?