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  • Australia's first F-35 gets airborne


    ​The Royal Australian Air Force’s first Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II made its flight debut from the manufacturer’s Fort Worth facility in Texas on 29 September.


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  • Lockheed brings Infirno to surveillance market


    ​Lockheed Martin has decided to enter the turreted surveillance payload market, unveiling the 15in (38.1cm)-diameter...


  • US Air Force moves ahead with F-16 service life extension


    ​The US Air Force is pushing ahead with an effort to extend the service lives of 300 Lockheed Martin F-16C/D fighters...


  • Australia's first F-35 gets airborne


    ​The Royal Australian Air Force’s first Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II made its flight debut from the...


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  • ANALYSIS: Gulfstream stuns watchful industry with new large cabin strategy

    News | 15 Oct 2014 01:28 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Keeping a secret as large as a new business jet is not so easy anymore, but on 14 October Gulfstream managed to reel off a handful of major surprises as it unveiled a powered G500 and introduced the G600 inside a Savannah, Georgia, factory built to produce them.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Gulfstream-stuns-watchful-industry-with-new-large-cabin-strategy-404764/
  • Lockheed brings Infirno to surveillance market

    News | 13 Oct 2014 21:59 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Lockheed Martin has decided to enter the turreted surveillance payload market, unveiling the 15in (38.1cm)-diameter Infirno system for forward looking infrared and electro-optical imaging.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Lockheed-brings-Infirno-to-surveillance-market-404721/
  • ANALYSIS: Rockwell Collins readies voice recognition for commercial cockpits

    News | 13 Oct 2014 14:03 | Stephen Trimble

    Speech recognition technology is pervasive everywhere, it seems, except in the commercial cockpit. Voice commands now field customer service queries, dictate text messages and assist drivers. Cockpit avionics, however, are commanded exclusively by human fingers and feet, which interface with the computers and controls by tapping pedals, turning knobs, pushing buttons, touching screens and manipulating sticks or yokes.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Rockwell-Collins-readies-voice-recognition-for-commercial-cockpits-404464/
  • US Air Force moves ahead with F-16 service life extension

    News | 09 Oct 2014 15:55 | Dan Parsons

    ​The US Air Force is pushing ahead with an effort to extend the service lives of 300 Lockheed Martin F-16C/D fighters as a stopgap measure until the F-35 Lightning II is operational in sufficient numbers.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/US-Air-Force-moves-ahead-with-F-16-service-life-extension-404528/
  • Indonesia still gung-ho on KFX participation

    News | 07 Oct 2014 09:11 | Greg Waldron

    Jakarta has reaffirmed its commitment to partnering with Seoul on the KFX indigenous fighter programme.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Indonesia-still-gung-ho-on-KFX-participation-404511/
  • ANALYSIS: Rolls-Royce harvests a decade of research for new engine projects

    News | 01 Oct 2014 14:06 | Murdo Morrison

    ​As Rolls-Royce prepares to build and begin testing next year its seventh member of the Trent family – the 7000 for the Airbus A330neo – it is harvesting the fruits of a decade’s worth of research and development projects into two studies that could form the basis for a new generation of widebody – and even possibly narrowbody – engines in the 2020s.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Rolls-Royce-harvests-a-decade-of-research-for-new-engine-projects-404038/