Aerospace News

Dassault looks ahead to brighter skies
The business jet market has remained largely static over the last months, according to Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier. “The situation remains unchanged, with intense price cutting, depressed pre-owned aircraft prices, and weak demand across much of the market.” Dassault has a unique situati...
SES-15 satellite launched to serve North and South America
The SES-15 hybrid satellite will be located at the orbital position of 129 degrees west and is equipped with 16 Ku-band transponders as well as HTS capabilities to serve North America, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. SES-15 has a dedicated wide beam that is designed to enable IFC/IFE prov...
‘There will be consequences’ for Boeing amid aerospace trade spat
Canada’s minister of foreign affairs, Chrystia Freeland says “there will be consequences” for American aerospace giant Boeing after a trade spat with Montreal-based Bombardier Inc. erupted recently. As the aerospace controversy unfolds, Freeland is also heading to Mexico this week to discuss r...
Argentina, Mexico and Peru evaluate FA-50 by KAI
Argentina, Mexico and Peru are still interested in acquiring light fighter air planes FA-50. Jason H. Ahn, Senior manager and head of the Team of Business Development of Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), informed that the Peru Air Force (FAP) has been evaluating a possible purchase of 24 units, and ...
Mexican Governor: 'If Sonora Grows, Arizona Grows'
The governor of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich, touted the economic ties between her state and Arizona, and expressed that she considers Arizona a good neighbor. “If Arizona grows, Sonora grows. If Sonora grows, Arizona grows,” she said. She used Lucid Motors as an example of what leaders on both sid...