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
An update on MBDA’s new Meteor long range air-to-air missile, together with its new precision SPEAR weapon programme.
Professor Keith Hayward, RAeS Head of Research provides expert comment and analysis on the UK Governments ’s decision to revert to the STOVL variant of the F-35 stealth fighter.
This week, Aerospace International Editor Tim Robinson was one of the special guests in the Across the Pond segement on one of the web’s most popular aviation podcasts, Airplane Geeks, to discuss the implications of the air campaign in Libya and Kazahkstan’s fast growing flag carrier Air Astana.
Cyber security and cyberwar has been indentified as a growing sphere of concern. How seriously should governments, industry and militaries take this threat?
How difficult will it be for the UK to rebuild its fixed-wing naval carrier aviation capability after almost a decade’s absence?
A report on the first major RAeS conference on the UK-post SDSR defence landscape – taken from the May 2011 edition of Aerospace International.
One of the biggest shocks of last week’s UK Strategic Defence & Security Review (SDSR) was the cancellation of the BAE Systems Nimrod MRA4 project. But what are the options now for RAF maritime patrol and ASW capability?
SDSR – initial commentary on the UK’s defence cuts from Professor Keith Hayward, Head of Research, Royal Aeronautical Society
In an exclusive interview from Aeropsace International, Gerald Howarth, the UK MoD’s Minister for International Security Strategy discusses how aerospace and defence is critical to Britain exporting its way out of the deficit.