Although often confusingly thought of as one market or industry, the Nordic nations have very different military needs and aerospace sectors. What they have in common is that all have ambitions to play a bigger global role.
Helsinki spreads its wingsFinland is updating its air power inventory to play a bigger part in global operations, from European defence cooperation to disaster relief.
Weathering the stormsFinland's Ranger UAV has overcome a number of hurdles during its five years of service. Now the army wants to extend its role.
Buying powerWith the Nordic nations armed forces increasing their status on the world stage, making the right choice of future aircraft is crucial.
Great DanesAfter years of debating a possible common procurement, Denmark is the first Nordic nation to take delivery of multi-role helicopters.
Quiet partnerVolvo Aero has without much fuss established a strong reputation in the aeroengine market by partnering with virtually every major OEM.
Norse powerA Pratt & Whitney unit is making a name for itself in engine maintenance thanks to the growing popularity of a rival's powerplant.
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