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10 year agreement seeks to reinvest £500 million into new capabilities for multi-role fighter aircraft BAE Systems has won a £2.1 billion deal to provide support and maintenance for the RAF’s fleet of Eurofighter Typhoons until 2026. The agreement, which is expected to be signed soon, will combine contracts with different suppliers from across Europe into a single programme, including a joint avionics solution with Leonardo-Finmeccanica. The latest “Typhoon Total...
A BAE Systems graduate who was instrumental in designing the first engineering badge for the Girlguides has been named one of the country’s leading female engineers in The Daily Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering 2017 which is published today on International Women in Engineering Day.
Added: 26th June 2017
Training military pilots and engineers takes thousands of hours and millions of pounds of equipment, but BAE Systems are speeding up the process using technology you can buy at Argos.
Added: 3rd July 2017
The centre marks the single largest investment in aerospace skills in the UK. BAE Systems has opened its £15.6 million training academy at Samlesbury, Lancashire, in order to create a pipeline of talent that can meet the future technical demands of its military aircraft business. The Academy for Skills and Knowledge (ASK) marks the single largest investment in skills for the UK’s aerospace sector to date. Designed and built over the past three years, the 7,400m2 building is...