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US airport infrastructure costs skyrocket

US airports will need $99.9bn in between 2017 and 2021, leading to calls for local user fees to be be revised. Karen E Thuermer reports.

Ivor Ichikowitz

Paramount Group’s tailored solutions drive African defence industry

Stability is fundamental to any country aiming to attract investment, according to Ivor Ichikowitz, CEO of South Africa’s Paramount Group, which offers everything from systems technology to fighter pilot training. He tells Natasha Turak how aerospace and defence act as hi-tech incubators and drive the continent’s industrial development.

Heathrow

Heathrow expansion: a boon for investment

Heathrow’s expansion means more investment. Increased airport capacity is essential for the UK’s prosperity and competitive advantage, especially as global air trade and travel continue to rise.

Development minister says Ontario's aerospace sector still soaring

Ontario in Canada is already a leading aerospace and defence hub, but as its minister for economic development and growth, Brad Duguid, tells Natasha Turak, the province has ambitious growth plans to match its wealth of talent.

Mobile plant Airbus

How an Airbus investment sent Mobile, Alabama, soaring

Attracted by strong infrastructure and its reputation for manufacturing reliability, European aerospace firm Airbus has given a big boost to the Alabama city of Mobile, as Courtney Fingar discovers. 

Spaceport America in the New Mexico desert

Aerospace and defence continue on an upward trajectory

Investment and innovation are keeping the aerospace and defence industry in the black, bringing financial benefits to US states such as North Carolina and New Mexico, and emerging Asian countries such as China and India.

FDI aerospace cities of the future 2016-17

Aerospace Cities of the Future 2016/17: the winners

Singapore has been crowned fDi’s inaugural Aerospace City of the Future, with Dubai in second place and Shanghai in third. Cathy Mullan reports. 

FDI aerospace cities of the future 2016-17

Aerospace Cities of the Future 2016/17: FDI Strategy

With aerospace a crucial job-creating sector, the industry's key hubs are working closely with local governments to keep their competitive edge through top-quality education and training programmes, tax incentives and logistical excellence. Cathy Mullan reports on the cities getting it right.

North America dominates aerospace ranking

Over the past five years, North America has attracted the most aerospace investment of any global region, with the US ranked the leading destination country and Mexico the top ranking developing country. 

A global reach: Wallonia makes international waves in aerospace sector

While the region of Wallonia stands out in Belgium for its aerospace offering, its reputation for excellence in the sector goes around the world, and is demonstrated by the number of country partnerships and international clients it can boast.

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