Experts from the global aerospace supply chain industries will discuss issues related to the development of a globalized supply chain.
Dubai World Central (DWC), in association with Arabian Reach, will be hosting a summit on December 10
After a record year, the aerospace and defence (A&D) industry is likely on the verge of a new wave of major structural transformation and possible M&A moves, at the same time that commercial aerospace may be reaching its peak and as the
Experts from the aviation and aerospace sector discussed the challenges and opportunities faced by supply chain players at the Abu Dhabi Suppliers Forum.
Industry leaders shared details of their current partner
Experts are set to discuss the challenges and opportunities toward research and development of biofuel for the aerospace ecosystem at a summit in Abu Dhabi this week.
The Global Aerospace Summit, in its second
A unique piece of aerospace history being auctioned off by a Bahrain-based company could fetch up to $2 million.
The Soviet space capsule, which circled the earth twice in 1977 and 1978, was most recently on di
Global leaders in the field of aerospace, aviation, space and defence will discuss the critical issue of finding talent to secure the future of these industries at the 'CEO Workforce Summit' in Abu Dhabi.
The exclusive, hi
Honeywell International reported higher-than-expected fourth-quarter profit and revenue yesterday, as sales grew across its major segments.
The diversified US manufacturer of aerospace parts and climate control systems backed its
The upcoming Global Aerospace Summit won top honours at the 'Asian Conference Awards 2013.'
The ‘Best New Conference Launch’ award was given, on beating four other finalists from India and Asia, said Dubai-base
The aerospace unit of Abu Dhabi investment fund Mubadala is targeting acquisitions in the United States to expand its manufacturing capabilities after securing billion-dollar contracts at the Dubai Airshow, the company said.
Business jet operators in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) have indicated their purchases may happen sooner in the next five-year window than expected last year, with about 47 per cent of purchases planned before 2016, a report said.