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AESA radar for IAR-99 demonstrator

Leonardo’s Vixen 500E active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar has been selected for a planned upgrade of the Romanian IAR-99 … Read More

AFM September issue: RAF Typhoons in Romania

A Royal Air Force Typhoon FGR4 led two Royal Canadian Air Force CF-188 Hornets in a display of NATO solidarity and reassurance in Romania … Read More

Russia prepares for Ka-27M series upgrade

Russian Helicopters has announced it is ready to launch the series upgrade of Ka-27M Helix shipborne helicopters for the Russian Ministry … Read More

MD 540A light attack helicopter development cancelled

MD Helicopters has ended the development of its MD 540A armed reconnaissance and light attack rotorcraft but will move forward with … Read More

AFM September issue: ‘Pinky’ bows out

Cover star of the AFM September issue is this special Royal Air Force Tornado GR4, painted in ‘desert pink’ colours as a tribute … Read More

PHOTOS: HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Portsmouth

The Royal Navy’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth arrived in Portsmouth for the first time early this morning, August 16, … Read More

Luftwaffe Tornados moving to Jordan

After withdrawing its detachment of Tornado reconnaissance aircraft from Incirlik Air Base in Turkey, the Luftwaffe will deploy the … Read More

Changing fortunes for Macedonia

As Macedonia gears up for NATO and EU membership, the country’s new government has announced it will increase the budget available … Read More

First flight for Slovak Spartan

The first C-27J Spartan for the Slovak Air Force completed its maiden at Leonardo’s production facility at Turin-Caselle Airport … Read More

Germany leases M28 Skytrucks

In a surprise move, the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) has revealed a lease deal for two M28 Skytrucks. German evaluation of the twin-turboprop … Read More

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