News A US Predator drone flies over Kandahar Air Field, southern Afghanistan

The move follows on from the 2010 agreement to enhance defence co-operation including sharing aircraft carriers, joint expeditionary forces and training

Rolls-Royce is investigated by the SFO over alleged bribery abroad

Analysts think the company could be in line for a multimillion-pound penalty

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 17 December 2013

General Atlantic buys MeteoGroup

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Smart gifting site attracts £1.5m

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Billabong keeps head above water

Three people were killed and more than 180 injured in the crash

Asiana San Francisco runway crash survivors
to sue Boeing

Seatbelts and collapsing seats said to have  exacerbated injuries of 83 people

Spot the difference: the huge new British Airways Airbus A380 Superjumbo next to an Airbus A320, having arrived on its delivery flight at London Heathrow

British Airways takes first UK delivery of Airbus A380 double-decker superjumbo

The delivery follows that last week of two Boeing Dreamliner aircraft as part of a £10bn British Airway's plan to upgrade its long-haul fleet

Centrica eyes move for top BP executive

One of BP’s top executives has emerged as a surprise candidate to become the next chairman of British Gas owner Centrica.

Airbus's challenge to the Dreamliner gets off ground

The Airbus A350, Europe's answer to Boeing's Dreamliner, took to the air for the first time yesterday, making its maiden flight out of Toulouse where it is assembled.

The Business Matrix: Friday 31 May 2013

More Airbuses for Singapore Airlines  

Rolls-Royce aerospace boss leaves after only four months

Mark King had been considered a “rising star” of company’s leadership team

British Airways has ordered 18 new Airbus A350 aircraft

BA orders 18 new Airbus A350 aircraft

British Airways has ordered 18 new Airbus A350 aircraft as part of a move to phase out a fleet of 30 Boeing aircraft over the next 10 years.

£2bn investment in British aerospace is cleared for take-off

The Government will drive £2.5bn of investment into key industries such as aerospace, cars and agricultural technology over the next seven years in an attempt to put Britain at the forefront of global manufacturing.

Nick Clegg due to boost aerospace

The£24bn UK aerospace industry will receive a welcome boost tomorrow when a government-led investment plan worth hundreds of millions of pounds is due to be announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

Government to pay for up to 500 students to study aerospace degrees

Hundreds of graduates and employees are to be offered the chance to study for Masters degrees in aerospace engineering, it was announced today.

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 12 February 2013

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