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  • Display team mishaps continue with Patrouille de France crash

    The non-fatal crash of a French air force AlphaJet on 13 April is the latest in a spate of aerobatic mishaps this year...

  • Video: Mirage 2000D low level flying youtube video clips acts as recruiting tool for French air force

    The French air force may have turned to internet video sharing site <A href="http://www.youtube.com/"...

  • Pictures: First French air force Rafale squadron operational, Patrouille de France flypast

    Five years after the French Navy received its first aircraft, the Dassault Aviation Rafale fighter has entered French...

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  • Display team mishaps continue with Patrouille de France crash

    News | 16 Apr 2010 13:30 | Craig Hoyle

    The non-fatal crash of a French air force AlphaJet on 13 April is the latest in a spate of aerobatic mishaps this year ...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Display-team-mishaps-continue-with-Patrouille-de-France-crash-340722/
  • Israeli air force shifts trainer search to Beechcraft T-6

    News | 29 Oct 2007 10:15 | Arie Egozi

    The Beechcraft T-6 Texan II has emerged as the preferred candidate to replace the Israeli air force's Fouga CM-170 (Zukit) basic trainers...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Israeli-air-force-shifts-trainer-search-to-Beechcraft-T-6-218908/
  • IAI bids to keep Zukits in air, for now

    News | 24 Apr 2007 00:00 | Arie Egozi

    <P><A href="http://www.iai.co.il/Templates/Homepage/Homepage.aspx?lang=EN" target=_blank>Israel&nbsp;Aerospace Industries</A> has offered to help the country's air force keep its CM-170 Zukit trainers in service until the air force has a chance to evaluate the military version of the ATG Javelin very light jet.</P> <P>IAI is partnered with the US manufacturer on a bid to replace Israel's ageing basic trainers, and says it is prepared to pay for the upkeep of the CM-170s until the Javelin capabilities are proven. Although the Israeli ministry of defence has kept open a request for proposals, IAI says that negotiations are taking place with the air force.</P> <P>The Israeli company is designing two military versions of the Javelin: the Mk20 version will be identical in size to the VLJ version, but with ejection seats and military avionics for basic flight training. It will be powered by two Williams FJ-33-4 engines. A later Mk30 version will have more powerful engines and be pitched athttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/IAI-bids-to-keep-Zukits-in-air-for-now-213409/
  • Military trainers review: Israel Aerospace Industries

    News | 20 Mar 2007 13:05

    <P><STRONG><A href="http://www.iai.co.il/Templates/Homepage/Homepage.aspx?lang=EN" target=_blank><STRONG>ISRAEL&nbsp;AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES</STRONG> </A></STRONG></P> <P>The Javelin trainer, a joint venture between the USA's Aviation Technologies Group (ATG) and Israel Aeropace Industries (IAI), recently entered its critical design review. Certification of the aircraft - which is initially on offer to the general aviation sector in the baseline Mk 10 configuration as a very light jet - is scheduled for late 2008. </P> <P>ATG and IAI will then begin the evaluation of a Mk 20 version aimed at the military market. This process will have co-operation from the Israeli air force, which has delayed the evaluation process for a new basic trainer to allow the Javelin team time to participate. </P> <P>IAI will manufacture the Mk 20 version of the aircraft in Israel. It will be identical in size to the Mk 10 but with ejection seats and military avionics. The aircraft will be powered by two Willihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Military-trainers-review-Israel-Aerospace-Industries-212757/
  • Military trainers: Games without frontiers as nations come together

    News | 20 Mar 2007 00:00 | Craig Hoyle

    <P>Not all nations have the financial ability to acquire and operate their own fleets of primary, basic, advanced and lead-in fighter trainers, plus training helicopters and multi-engined platforms. This reality has opened the door to innovative contracting arrangements with industry or participation in multinational training systems now available in abundance in the Western world. </P> <P>One of the largest such latter systems now in existence is the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training (ENJJPT) scheme, which has been delivering services at Sheppard AFB in Texas since the signature of a memorandum of understanding in 1981. Initially envisaged as a 10-year initiative to lead to the creation of a similar set-up in mainland Europe, ENJJPT is alive and well and currently contracted to operate until at least September 2016. </P> <P> <TABLE style="WIDTH: 445px" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 align=center border=0> <TBODY> <TR> <TH> <H6 align=right><IMG style="WIDTH: 445px; HEIGHT: 210px"http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Military-trainers-Games-without-frontiers-as-nations-come-together-212721/
  • News round-up - 15 December 2006

    News | 15 Dec 2006 00:00

    <P><STRONG>Delta pilots to recoup lost pensions</STRONG></P> <P>Delta Air Lines’ creditors agreed to allow the carrier to give retired pilots an additional $719m in pre-petition claims to help them recoup lost pension benefits.<BR>In total, retired Delta pilots will now have a total of about $800m in allowed claims, the airline said in a statement. The agreement with Delta’s official committee of unsecured creditors is subject to bankruptcy court approval.<BR>Delta, which has been operating under bankruptcy protection since September 2005, expects to end its pilots’ defined benefit pension plan effective 2 September 2006. The unsecured claim, which could take the form of equity or some other kind of security in a reorganised airline, would help the retirees recoup some of the loss, the airline said.</P> <P><STRONG>Embraer<BR></STRONG>Embraer expects to deliver up to 165 aircraft in 2007, or ten aircraft more than previously forecast of 160.<BR>Embraer also predicted it would deliverhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/News-round-up-15-December-2006-217893/