Air International 2020-03
Focus: UAV, Rotary, Business, Technology
A communications and navigation specialist from the 513th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron hooks up an air hose to an E-3 Sentry aircraft as part of the pre-flight preparations.
The S-64 Air Crane delivered by Erickson to the Korean Forest Service last year.
The MQ-9 took part in ten days of demonstrations in Greece.
Assembly of the Global range of business jets is due to move to Toronto Pearson airport in three years.
The Bombardier Global 6500 recently handed over to HK Bellawings Jet, of Hong Kong.
NASA F-15B research testbed fitted with the Shock Sensing Probe instrument mounted onto the end of the nose boom.
The unmanned R-22 will provide high-lift cargo capability, reports UAVOS.
An artist's impression of Garmin G1000 NXi avionics in the Phenom 100.
Sikorsky is offering the CH-53K King Stallion to replace Germany's CH-53.
An illustration of the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology aircraft.
The fiscal year 2019 budget request for NASA intends to fund fully the Low Boom Flight Demonstration aircraft.
The Falco Xplorer undertook its initial 60-minute flight from Trapani Air Base in Sicily.
The Ultra LEAP system could be ready for operational fielding this year.
Electric VTOL aircraft, such as the Joby Aviation concept pictured here, combine elements of helicopters and light aircraft.
Duncan Aviation recently unveiled this Cessna 560XL Citation XLS N1KD (c/n 560-5648), commissioned from artist Nancy Friedemann Sanchez, who is also based in the company's home city of Lincoln, Nebraska. The design, which was applied at the company's maintenance, repair and overhaul facility, was requested by J Robert Duncan, chairman emeritus, and his wife, Karen. It is the latest of several design schemes applied by the company, including an orange-and-yellow plaid Citation Mustang, an apple-green Citation M2 with coloured splotches, and a red-and-black Learjet 35A. The interior of the Citation XLS has also been refurbished, with Garmin G5000 avionics installed, and the aircraft will be used as a mobile demonstrator of Duncan's upgrade and completion capabilities.