Strong dollar buffets GE amid restructure

Industrial core business shows healthy growth

US risks new monopoly on rocket launches

Phasing out Russian engines will mean military reliance on SpaceX

rolls royce Trent 1000 engine

Rolls-Royce set to secure engine order

Contract to break stranglehold that US rivals have on A380s

SpaceX shoots down rival ULA’s prospects

United Launch Alliance is far from a ‘real commercial provider’

US space chief raises rocket crash fears

Future system for launching US military satellites could founder

Jet deal signals India procurement shift

Government deal with France ‘breaks vortex’ of commercial talks

Anti-graft drive grounds China jet sales

Capacity constraints hobble growth of country’s small fleet

US rocket group to ‘halve’ cost of launches

United Launch Alliance says Vulcan’s first flight will be in 2019

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Buying Trident would weaken UK defence

The Tories’ commitment is a frivolous decision to waste billions on a symbol of strength

Feedback: The case for bigger planes

Michael Skapinker’s call for a move to larger, fuller aircraft attracted reader comments

India to buy French warplanes

Offer to buy 36 Rafale jets is no guarantee of contract

Global satellite industry must invest in safety

Why even outer space is not safe from attack

Defence industry confident of Trident successor

Replacement of nuclear deterrent is biggest military decision facing new government

Tories commit to replacement for Trident

Nuclear arms becomes poll issue, with SNP wanting to scrap them

3D printing pioneer backed by Autodesk

Carbon3D gains $10m backing from US-listed software group

Indifference best riposte to non-dom bomb

Organised capital needs to pick its battles

Polish air crash evidence rekindles debate

Claims of pilots put under duress before death of Polish President in airfield reignites anger

Kenya strikes al Shabaab camps in Somalia

First major military response since Kenyan university massacre

US restores $1.3bn military aid to Egypt

White House looks to repair ties with authoritarian Sunni regimes

It is financial crashes we should fear

Air travel’s safety and transparency contrasts greatly with finance


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