Airlines took a pause for breath at this year's Dubai Airshow, as a backlog of bumper orders from the last event managed to curb major purchases this time around. » Read More
CNBC's Phil Han reports from the Dubai Airshow on some of the big orders being reached in the defence sector.
US Air Force Secretary said she was confident that the U.S. and its allies were making progress in the fight against Islamic State.
After a slow start to the Dubai Airshow, with no major deals announced on the opening day, orders worth around $30 billion were agreed Monday, with Boeing ahead.
A number of helicopter manufacturers are investing in new technology, from Bell Helicopter to Airbus, in a bid to entice more buyers in tougher economic times.
What is believed to be world's first jet-powered 3-D printed drone was on display for the first time at the Dubai Airshow on Monday.
A China state-owned manufacturer unveiled its first plane last week, but can it compete with major European and U.S. manufacturers?
John Harris, CEO of Raytheon International, talks about the company's longstanding relationship with the Middle East.
Airline security is a hot topic at this year's Dubai Airshow following a number of high-profile security incidents.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on the state of the private jet market from the Dubai Airshow and speaks to the CEO of Embraer Executive Jets.
Aerospace-related stocks have gained altitude over recent years, so which companies still have room to grow?
After a record-breaking batch of orders at the last Dubai Airshow in 2013, this year the big airlines are holding off adding to their order books.
Emirates' president said plans for a new Airbus A380 super-jumbo were "ready to go" and only some commercial aspects needed finalizing before launch.
Qatar Airways said it did not plan to place an order at the 2015 Dubai Air show, but promised a new luxury product after taking a 'breather'.
This year, the Dubai Airshow is set to top 2013's offering in terms of size, but as far as the order book is concerned, expectations are low.
First-class seats have always been one of the best ways to fly, but airlines are offering increasingly indulgent experiences.
Just a decade after its inaugural flight, the outlook for the Airbus A380 now looks uncertain as airlines are increasingly looking to smaller, more fuel-efficient planes.
CNBC's Phil Han previews the Dubai Air Show and finds out whether Boeing and Airbus can expect an influx of orders.
U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing has predicted that airlines in the Middle East will require some 3,180 new airplanes over the next 20 years.
The launch is one of many steps taken by China to transform itself from the world's low-cost factory to a creator of profitable aviation technology.