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5 Most Advanced Fighter Jets of 2020

5 Most Advanced Fighter Jets of 2020

Air Forces are currently developing their most advanced 5th generation fighter jets, with manufacturers around the world shaping the future of combat aircraft. The emergence of global powers and increased territorial disputes are pushing defence forces to reconsider strategies where aerial dominance becomes a priority for victory. Manufacturers like Lockheed Martin, Mikoyan, Dassault, Airbus, BAE Systems and China’s Chengdu Aerospace ...

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3 Reasons Why Raytheon Technologies Will Dominate Aerospace & Defense

3 Reasons Why Raytheon Technologies Will Dominate Aerospace & Defense

The aerospace industry has taken a drastic fall with the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Investors are now wondering when commercial aviation will return to 2019 economic levels and are skeptical about the industry’s future. Slow recovery? Raytheon Technologies CEO, Greg Hayes recently stated to media that it is going to be a slow recovery, perhaps it’s going to take years, ...

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Narrow Body Boeing and Airbus Aircraft : Different Design Features

Narrow Body Boeing and Airbus Aircraft : Different Design Features

Commercial aviation has been dominated by Boeing and Airbus for the past 20 years, with each manufacturer owning 50% of the global commercial aviation market. Boeing has been in the aviation industry for longer, founded in 1916, while the Airbus consortium began in 1970. They are the greatest rivals in commercial aerospace today. Even for aircraft lovers, telling the two ...

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Wide Body Boeing vs Airbus: How To Tell the Difference Between their Aircraft

Wide Body Boeing vs Airbus: How To Tell the Difference Between their Aircraft

For aircraft aficionados, the differences between Airbus and Boeing might seem obvious. For the rest, aircraft identification may not be so easy. Boeing and Airbus commercial aircraft have similar looking fuselages, and one might find it difficult to distinguish between them. In fact, there are no distinct features for Boeing and Airbus. Size and shape vary by generations, sometimes the ...

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