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Effects of the aviation agreement between Israel and Europe

There is no reason why a small country such as Israel should have three international airlines that compete with each other and with dozens of foreign carriers flying regular and charter flights to the country.The strange situation is a result of wrong decisions by the managements and by the Israeli antitrust commissioner. This government official […]

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Stupidity, the leak and the damage

I think many documents uncovered by WikiLeaks merely reflect intentions and thoughts, rather than real things. But even if that applies to a recent leak concerning Israel, it is the most stupid one related to the export of Israeli-made military hardware.The leak is not stupid; the stupidity relates to the person who thought about it/dreamt […]

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Arrow-3: the export market moves one step closer

Things that were almost unthinkable until very recently now look totally different.One very good example is the option to export the Israeli Arrow anti-ballistic missile system. This development is correlated in many ways both with the international situation and with the imminent fly-out test of the Arrow-3 – the most advanced version of the Israeli […]

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The mysterious fumes in the F-16 I- The new solution

If the catalytic converter in my car is not functioning at 100%, the vehicle is certain to fail the annual test that is mandatory in order to renew its licence.Soon, this very common piece of equipment may find its way to one of the Israeli airforce’s (IAF) frontline fighters.The IAF is evaluating the installation of […]

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Protecting the passenger aircraft – the process begins

Passenger aircraft were not designed to carry countermeasures. However, the world has changed and these aircraft are easy targets for terrorists with shoulder-launched missiles.   Israel will become the first country to impose rules on the installation of such countermeasures on the fleet of the country’s airlines.   However, this is already creating problems and […]

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Hovering aerial vehicles: the competition is on

Sustained surveillance, continuous observation. The name is irrelevant. The need is great, sometimes crucial. The need for a military force to have eyes on the skies to detect any threats.The hovering platform market in Israel is beginning to stir as the leading companies are being challenged by small ones with new, advanced technology.Sky Sapience has […]

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The ‘mule’ is tough but he needs help

One thing is sure, the vision and determination of one man and the skills of the people he has gathered around him may be the beginning of a revolution.   The AirMule ducted fan unmanned platform is a private initiative but in recent days, for the first time, a source in a key position has […]

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El Al can – and must – change the “gloomy future” instead of complaining

Israeli airline El Al sees the upcoming European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) agreement between Israel and the EU in apocalyptic terms. The airline has become a “serial complainer” in recent years. First, it was the fact that it is not accepted into any of the aviation alliances, and now it is complaining about the European […]

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Justice must be seen – the arms deals version

International military hardware deals always involve emotions. If you handle the negotiations according to the expected procedures, these emotions may be contained. But when you break the sometimes unwritten rules, you create a major problem.   Israel now faces such a problem, after selecting the Aermacchi  M-346 trainer. Italy is happy. South Korea, which lost […]

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Limited wars, limited damage, big potential market

Low-intensity wars, asymmetric wars, urban wars. You can attach a name of your choice, but they all pose a major problem – how to kill the enemy but avoid collateral damage, in this case killing innocent people.   Israeli companies have understood that these weapons will be in great demand as limited wars have been […]

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