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Confirmed: Work on the Pentagon’s Top-Secret Stealth Bomber Will Continue
February 17, 2016

Confirmed: Work on the Pentagon’s Top-Secret Stealth Bomber Will Continue

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Boeing's protest over the Air Force’s decision to award a competitor the contract for a new bomber was struck down.
US Navy Orders 20 New Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes
February 01, 2016

US Navy Orders 20 New Anti-Submarine Warfare Planes

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The contract covers 16 new aircraft for the U.S. Navy and four aircraft for the Royal Australian Air Force.

What Are Boeing’s Prospects for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet in Asia?
November 29, 2015

What Are Boeing’s Prospects for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet in Asia?

By Benjamin David Baker
With competition from both foreign and other U.S. companies, can the tried and tested Super Hornet stay in the game?

F-35 Too Expensive: US Air Force Might Buy 72 New F-15 or F-16 Fighter Jets
November 21, 2015

F-35 Too Expensive: US Air Force Might Buy 72 New F-15 or F-16 Fighter Jets

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. Air Force is contemplating adding 72 F-15, F-16 or even F-18 fighter aircraft due to low F-35 production rates.

Pentagon Awards Contract for US Air Force’s New Top-Secret Bomber
October 28, 2015

Pentagon Awards Contract for US Air Force’s New Top-Secret Bomber

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Northrup Grumman emerges as winner, beating out Boeing and Lockheed Martin.
Japan to Receive New US Military Aircraft by 2020
October 27, 2015

Japan to Receive New US Military Aircraft by 2020

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Tokyo has selected the Boeing KC-46 tanker aircraft for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force.

US Air Force’s New Top-Secret Bomber Faces Further Delays
September 30, 2015

US Air Force’s New Top-Secret Bomber Faces Further Delays

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The US Air Force is once more postponing the award of a contract to build the new Long-Range Strike Bomber.
China's President Woos (and Reassures) US Business Leaders
September 24, 2015

China's President Woos (and Reassures) US Business Leaders

By Shannon Tiezzi
At a meeting with U.S. and Chinese CEOs, Xi addressed fears that U.S. companies are no longer welcome in China.

Chinese Airlines Are in It for the Long Haul
August 28, 2015

Chinese Airlines Are in It for the Long Haul

By Marc Szepan
Good news for Western aircraft manufacturers may be bad news for Western airlines

Will the US Air Force’s Top-Secret Bomber Cost $3 Billion Per Plane?
August 25, 2015

Will the US Air Force’s Top-Secret Bomber Cost $3 Billion Per Plane?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Uncertainty continues to linger over the real costs of the Pentagon's new bomber.

US Air Force’s Top-Secret Bomber More Expensive Than Thought
August 20, 2015

US Air Force’s Top-Secret Bomber More Expensive Than Thought

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. Air Force misstated the costs for its top-secret program in a report to Congress.
Airbus Takes On Boeing in Japan
October 07, 2013

Airbus Takes On Boeing in Japan

A big order from JAL represents a significant step forward for the European aircraft manufacturer.

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