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Rockwell Collins has partnered with Korea Aerospace Industries to bid for the opportunity to upgrade 27 CH-47  Chinook helicopters of the South Korean army and air force, Defense News reported Thursday. A press release from KAI states that a memorandum of understanding the two companies signed covers the collaborative design, modification and test flights for the […] More
“Mark my words: A combination of airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile. But it will come.” –Henry Ford, 1940 The future is here, and with the advent of unmanned aerial systems, autonomous vehicles and the impossibly well-connected Internet of Things, that which was science fiction is now science fact–do not be afraid. The […] More
Sierra Nevada Corp. and Turkish Aerospace Industries have developed a trainer aircraft in order to compete for the U.S. Air Force's T-X program that seeks to replace the T-38 jet, Quwa reported Monday. Bilal Khan writes SNC and TAI established a Colorado-based subsidiary, Freedom Aircraft Ventures, to offer the Freedom Trainer aircraft. The Freedom Trainer jet will be equipped with […] More
Israel Aerospace Industries and South Korea-based composites manufacturing firm Hankuk Carbon have formed a joint venture with the goal to develop and produce unmanned aerial vehicles. Korea Aviation Technologies will specifically offer vertical takeoff-and-landing UAVs to the South Korean military and civilian sectors, IAI said Tuesday. KAT aims to build platforms with a maximum take-off weight of 600 […] More
Korean Aerospace Industries has awarded Cobham a $9 million contract to supply an undisclosed quantity of Missile Eject Launcher units for integration onto South Korea’s future KF-X multirole fighter aircraft. Cobham said Tuesday it aims to deliver the weapons carriage and release equipment to KAI by 2020. Ken Kota, senior vice president and general manager of Cobham’s mission systems […] More
A team that comprises Lockheed Martin and Korean Aerospace Industries was the only group to submit a proposal to develop South Korea’s $7.8 billion fighter jet program, Defense News reported Sunday. Jung Sung-ki writes the Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration will conduct a second bidding process through Feb. 24 to solicit proposals from other companies for the KF-X program. At least […] More
Raytheon has delivered the first set of transponders to South Korea for that country's Korea Aerospace Industries-built army utility helicopter. The APX-119 Identification Friend or Foe transponders are designed to help Army troops on the Surion helicopter identify allied forces, gain situational awareness and access civilian airspace, Raytheon said Sunday. Glen Bassett, director of advanced communications […] More
Elbit Systems has received a follow-on order from the Republic of Korea Army to supply advanced helmet mounted display systems for its SURION helicopters. Under the four-year contract, Elbit will supply the HMD systems to Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd., the manufacturer of the SURION helicopters, Elbit Systems announced Wednesday. The initial contract was awarded in 2009 […] More
The U.S. Air Force has received final proposals from companies vying for a potential $16B contract to build the military service’s next trainer aircraft and aims to announce the winning contractor before the end of fiscal 2018, Defense News reported Wednesday. T-X program bidders are the Boeing–Saab alliance, Leonardo DRS and the Lockheed Martin–Korea Aerospace Industries team. The military […] More
Lockheed Martin and Korea Aerospace Industries have submitted a final proposal for the U.S. Air Force's $16B T-X trainer aircraft contract, The Korea Times reported Thursday. The Lockheed-KAI team intends to offer the T-50A jet trainer, which was unveiled in 2016, to succeed the service's T-38C plane. The latest bid will possibly open more opportunities for […] More
A United Technologies Corp. subsidiary has secured a contract to provide and install environmental control systems aboard the Korea Aerospace Industries-built KF-X fighter aircraft. UTC Aerospace Systems said Tuesday its environmental control platform is an integrated system consists of air conditioning, liquid cooling, cabin pressurization and bleed air control components. UTC will also supply flow […] More
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