Airbus Defence and Space is the main sponsor of the 2017 Caltech Space Challenge

lunes, 21 de noviembre de 2016

As one of the world-leading company, Airbus manufactures planes, fighter jets, rockets ans satellites. They are the prime contractor of Arianespace’s Ariane 5, the world reference for heavy-lift launchers that will launch the James Webb Space Telescope. Airbus Defence & Space has contributed to many successful and renown space mission such as Cassini, Mars Express and more recently Rosetta. They are part of today's most exciting missions including LISA Pathfinder, ExoMars, NASA's Orion, and the OneWeb satellite constellation.

Their valuable expertise will be brought to Caltech as some of their engineers will help the participants solve the many aspects of the challenge. They will give public lectures and help the two teams.

This is the very first partnership between the Caltech Space Challenge and Airbus and the first involvement of this kind. Participants will have exclusive interviews and meetings with Airbus during and after the Challenge. All participants will have the unique chance to have their CV/Resume viewed by Airbus Defence & Space! APPLY NOW to have a chance to participate in the 2017 Caltech Space Challenge AND be interviewed by Airbus!

Learn more about the Challenge here


Peach Aviation orders 10 A320neo and three A320ceo // Airbus ramping up to meet production targets

Airbus ramping up to meet production targets


U.S. Services Outline Future Plans for Unmanned Aircraft - Aviation International News [feedly]

Aviation International News

U.S. Services Outline Future Plans for Unmanned Aircraft
Aviation International News
And the Air Force plans to acquire small drones that would fly in swarms or complement manned aircraft in a "loyal wingman" role. Program leaders with the U.S. services described their future UAS plans on October 26 during the Unmanned Systems Defense ...

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European aerospace sector and regions [feedly]


Pontifications: Airbus, Boeing still can sell planes to Iran Air [feedly]

Pontifications: Airbus, Boeing still can sell planes to Iran Air

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New Russian Airliner Engines Unveiled At Iran Air Show 2016

The company intruduced the the new generation PD-14 engine developed for the MC-21 airliner. The UEC has planned the talks with the civil operators of the aero technics powered by the UEC engines. Apart from the PD-14 the UEC's show exposition includes the TV7-117V helicopter engine.

original Press Release: Russian and English (Google Translate)