The Harlow Group (HGL) has added a machining centre to complement its fabrication service which can produce high quality, precision products for the aerospace, medical, marine, communication and associated industries.
Today, EASA rules addressing non-commercial air operations with aeroplanes and helicopters will come into effect in all 32 EASA states.
Airbus Defence and Space has successfully demonstrated the capability of the A400M new generation airlifter to operate on a sand runway – the last of three unprepared types of surface on which it will be certified.
One of the rising stars of the Chinese economy, the emerging city of Chengdu, will move closer towards its ambition of becoming the main transport hub for western China when it hosts the World Routes aviation forum next month (24-27 September).
Rolls-Royce has won a $1.5bn order from China Eastern Airlines for Trent 700 engines to power 15 A330 aircraft, which includes long-term TotalCare engine support services.
Peli Products will be showcasing its high performance ATEX certified lights at the Congrès National des Sapeurs Pompiers (CNSP).
Glasgow leather manufacturer, Andrew Muirhead & Son Limited today welcomed a visit from First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon and Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Constitution, Derek Mackay.
Strongfield Technologies has announced the launch of their latest offering in the form of custom software design and development services for the aerospace and defence applications, in partnership with Matellio, a US based software
Midlands-based hydraulics manufacturer, MGR Fluid Power, is keeping military vehicles in the field by reverse engineering obsolescent parts when they reach the point of failure.
Diogenis Papiomytis, Consulting Director, Aerospace & Defence, Frost & Sullivan, considers the forces impacting the UK aviation industry following Brexit and possible mitigation strategies.