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Opinion

Boeing’s stealthy approach could yield armed scout win

For the congested US rotorcraft industry, the chance to build the US Army’s next armed scout helicopter is a tantalising prospect and the US airframer’s reatlive silence suggests it has something unique up its sleeve.

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Opinion

Bombardier’s rail sale is last roll of the dice

The mansion that Laurent built is down to its last room. Bombardier – transformed by Pere Beaudoin from humble snowmobile manufacturer to world leader in aviation and rail transportation by the time he handed the chief executive reins to son Pierre in 2003 – will soon be known simply for business aircraft.

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Electron launch

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Launch race reaches UK

London is adding the missing link of access to orbit to its plan to turn the country into a world space power

HTX test rig

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For Reaction Engines, cool is the key

Radical rocket concept could propel the next-generation of hypersonic transports

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Ariane 6, Vega C fuel Europe's new launch era

Light and heavy rocket upgrades make a family built for cost, performance and versatility

A220-300 formation flight with A321LR

In depth

What Airbus has done since taking on the A220

Just 18 months after Toulouse acquired the twin-jet from Bombardier, production of the A220 is ramping up steadily

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