News: Paris Air Show

  • Podcast: From F-16 To F-35: A Test Pilot’s View

    Podcast: From F-16 To F-35: A Test Pilot’s View

    Aviation Week // August 23, 2017
    Aviation Week's Pentagon Editor Lara Seligman interviews Lockheed Martin test pilot Billie Flynn, the man that flew the F-35's premiere aerobatic performance at the Paris Air Show this summer, about what it's like to flight test both the F-16 and the Joint Strike Fighter.
  • Video: F-35 Makes its Debut at Paris Air Show

    Video: F-35 Makes its Debut at Paris Air Show

    Shephard Media // June 28, 2017
    Alan Norman, chief test pilot for the F-35 programme at Lockheed Martin, spoke to Shephard about bringing the F-35A to the show and significance of the manoeuvres carried out during its flying display.
  • The F-35 at Paris Air Show 2017

    June 14, 2017

    The Paris Air Show, or Salon du Bourget, is the world's premiere aerospace trade show. The 2017 Paris Air Show will take place June 19-25 at Le Bourget Parc des Expositions.

  • Martin-Baker Delivers 200th Ejection Seat for the F-35

    Martin-Baker Delivers 200th Ejection Seat for the F-35

    Paris Air Show // June 17, 2015
    Today, Martin-Baker Aircraft Co. Ltd (MBA) marked the delivery of the 200th ejection seat to Lockheed Martin for the F-35. John Martin, Martin-Baker Joint Managing Director, and Lorraine Martin, Executive Vice President and General Manager for the F-35 program, celebrated the delivery at the Paris Air Show.
  • Lockheed Martin Follows ‘Blueprint’ To Drive Down F-35 Costs

    Lockheed Martin Follows ‘Blueprint’ To Drive Down F-35 Costs

    AIN Online // June 12, 2015
    Lockheed Martin (Chalet 316) is taking steps to improve its manufacturing processes for the F-35 Lightning II. The company contends that more efficient manufacturing methods will help it drive down the flyaway cost of the fifth-generation fighter by $10 million by 2019, and by more if the U.S. government invests.
  • Terma Enters into F-35 Long-Term Agreement with BAE Systems

    Paris, France // June 18, 2013
    The Danish defense group Terma has entered into a long-term agreement with BAE Systems with a value of more than USD 35 million, including follow-on options, for the manufacture of composite parts for the international F-35 Lightning II program.