Prime Minister Theresa May opened the Farnborough International Airshow on Monday, marking the start of a landmark week for both the UK and global aerospace industries.
A joint Government-industry initiative to strengthen relationships between major aerospace manufacturers and their UK suppliers is celebrating its 100th signatory.
Today’s White Paper on the future relationship between the UK and the European Union (EU) marks a good step forward in addressing businesses’ concerns. However, there are important and complex issues still to be resolved.
Philip Dunne’s review of the contribution of the defence sector to UK prosperity and social value is welcomed by the defence industry. Published today, the review by the former Defence Procurement Minister concludes that defence is integral to national prosperity and recommends how defence can do even more in future.
ADS today sets out its recommendations for a Combat Air Strategy stressing the importance of sustaining high value aerospace design skills, timely decision making and an attractive proposition for potential partners and export customers.
Strong aircraft order figures this year continued in May, which saw 98 orders placed, pushing the 2018 total to 567, the largest number at this point in the year since 2014.
ADS responds to Airbus' risk assessment outlining the urgent risks to its business arising from the UK exiting the European Union (EU) without a withdrawal agreement.
Rolls Royce today announced fundamental restructuring aimed at making the company a simpler, leaner and more agile organisation, and driving continuous improvement in all parts of the business.
Responding to the announcement of US tariffs on steel from the EU and elsewhere, ADS said the UK Government should use its influence to encourage the US and EU to step back from tariffs, which harm global trade.
April saw 96 aircraft deliveries worth up to £2bn to UK industry, taking the total deliveries for 2018 so far to 406, with a total value to the UK of up to £7.5bn.