Recertified parts: the benefits of working direct with an OEM

Recertified parts: the benefits of working direct with an OEM

By onboard, 15 september 2016
Thales has been involved in aircraft component trading for five years now, and the activity is proving a major growth driver for the company's aviation services business.
Imagine the passenger of the future

Imagine the passenger of the future

By onboard, 06 august 2016
What will be the new normal flight in five, 10, 15 years? How will passengers view the stress and hassle…
Connectivity, a need shared by civil and military aviation

Connectivity, a need shared by civil and military aviation

By onboard, 04 august 2016
Interoperability among people and equipment, access to information and tools to help with decision-making, wherever you are and whatever system…
Cybersecurity: Advantage to the defence

Cybersecurity: Advantage to the defence

By onboard, 03 august 2016
Cyber attacks, cyber warfare, cyber security, the list goes on. For the last decade or so, the vulnerability of information…
Big data: Aeronautics enters a new era

Big data: Aeronautics enters a new era

By onboard, 02 august 2016
The use of big data is revolutionising air transport. Providing instant access to a wealth of information, it optimises flights…
South Korea orders four MRTT air tankers

South Korea orders four MRTT air tankers

By onboard, 01 july 2016
Thales and Airbus Defence & Space have signed a contract to equip four A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft…
Thales and Sukhoi: long-term partners

Thales and Sukhoi: long-term partners

By onboard, 13 june 2016
Thales recently delivered a new software version for the Sukhoi Superjet (SSJ) to add new functions and features and improve…
How avionics could look in 2050

How avionics could look in 2050

By onboard, 10 june 2016
Will air transport be fully automated by 2050? That was the theme of the recent symposium organised by the French…