Boeing: why the Ukraine crisis could help it become the world’s number one aircraft maker again

By Joseph Mellors, Northumbria University, Newcastle Boeing has faced a lot of bad press in recent years, and deservedly so. After two Boeing 737 Max crashes killed 346 people, the American aerospace giant was criticised for its “slow” and “defensive” handling of the crisis, and nearly 400 planes were grounded for 20 months following a…

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VRA and Rafael move to manufacture Spike missile

Varley Rafael Australia (VRA) is continuing to progress its sovereign guided missile capability and its readiness for local manufacture and support of the Spike LR2 anti-tank and anti-personnel guided missile (pictured). The Spike missile has been selected by the Australian Defence Force and is available in man-portable, vehicle-launched, and helicopter-launched variants. Varley Rafael Australia (VRA)…

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