AIA, Gov. Fallin Tout Value of Strong Government-Industry Partnership

Paris — The leadership of the Aerospace Industries Association joined with Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma and representatives from the U.S. government and state delegations at the Paris Air Show today to discuss issues ranging from the impacts of sequestration budget cuts to the potential societal and economic benefits of unmanned aircraft systems and the value of trade to the aerospace and defense industry.

DOD Report Details Sequestration Impact

Arlington, Va. — The release of DOD’s “DD 1414, Base for Reprogramming” report on Tuesday marks a watershed in ongoing debate over the detrimental effects of sequestration budget cuts.

Media Advisory: New Poll:  Public Interest in Civil Use of Unmanned Aircraft Growing

Paris – The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) will host a panel discussion on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the AIA Chalet at the Paris Airshow, Wednesday June 19 at 11:00am.

AIA Reminds Young Americans: We Are the Explorers

Arlington, Va. - The Aerospace Industries Association, in partnership with Challenger Center for Space Science Education, sponsored a first-of-its-kind crowd funding campaign to place a trailer before Star Trek Into Darkness beginning May 17 to educate the public – most especially young people – on the exciting human spaceflight programs now underway.

Texas students take first place in Team America Rocketry Challenge Finals

The Plains, Va. – Students from Georgetown 4-H of Georgetown, Texas launched themselves to a first place finish at the eleventh annual Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC) finals Saturday afternoon, securing the title of national champions of the world’s largest student rocket contest.