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Jun 22, 2011
India's booming economy and growing security concerns are making it one of the top defence markets for the next decade. Read Article US and European defence firms keen to sell to India
Analysts have mixed views on the long-term impacts of the regional unrest on Middle East defence and security spending. Read Article Regional unrest to shift arms spending focus
Emirates Airline is set to create 500 jobs while establishing a multimillion-dollar engine repair facility in Dubai. Read Article Emirates plans 500 jobs for engineers
Jun 21, 2011
From hybrid helicopters to solar powered planes, the latest and greatest from the aerospace industry was on display at the Paris Air Show.
Read Article Dramatic debut for X3 copter
"Relentless growth" prompts Qatar Airways to place a $1.7 billion order for more long-range Boeing 777s. Read Article Qatar Airways starts show by placing $1.7bn order
Raytheon is pusuing joint ventures with UAE firms in the fields of data management, missile maintenance and satellite imaging.
Read Article Raytheon sets up unit for UAE partnerships
Jun 20, 2011
Gulf airlines with billions of dollars worth of wide-body Airbus aircraft on order have pushed the plane maker radically change the A350-1000 jet. Read Article Airbus bows to pressure from Gulf's big airlines
The Paris Air Show kicks off today with eco-friendly "green" planes vying with next-generation fighter jets to win the biggest plaudits. Read Article All eyes on the skies in Paris
Jun 17, 2011
Airbus and Boeing are jockeying to build the next long-haul jet for Middle East customers. Read Article Long-haul airline race heats up
Jun 15, 2011
Emirates Airline will begin serving Baghdad in November, more than a year after Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways began serving the route. Read Article Emirates Airline to be bound for Baghdad from November
Thamer Al Subaihi
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