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  • ​Night search for missing 777 to test Malaysia and Vietnam


    Malaysian and Vietnamese search and rescue teams could struggle to locate a lost Malaysia Airlines 777-200 during the night.


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  • ​Night search for missing 777 to test Malaysia and Vietnam

    News | 08 Mar 2014 09:37 | Greg Waldron

    Malaysian and Vietnamese search and rescue teams could struggle to locate a lost Malaysia Airlines 777-200 during the night.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Night-search-for-missing-777-to-test-Malaysia-and-Vietnam-396796/
  • Russia close to retiring last Be-12 amphibians, following crash

    News | 14 Nov 2012 10:50 | Howard Gethin

    The Russian navy is close to retiring its last 10 Beriev Be-12 amphibious anti-submarine warfare (ASW) aircraft, following a 12 October crash involving the...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Russia-close-to-retiring-last-Be-12-amphibians-following-crash-378987/
  • Military Aircraft Directory Part 1

    News | 03 Aug 1999 23:00

    Ongoing competitions and the Kosovo crisis underline the continuing need for transports, tankers and surveillance aircraft. Part two of the directory will survey fighter and trainer aircraft. <p>Stewart Penney/LONDON</p> <p><img src='../Assets/GetAsset.aspx?ItemID=3177' /></p> <p>Transport and support aircraft attract fewer headlines than their fighter and bomber brethren, but they play a vital part in the make-up of every air arm worldwide. </p> <p>Recent events over the former Republic of Yugoslavia underline the need for such aircraft. Transports to deliver the necessary men and material, surveillance aircraft to provide commanders with up-to-date intelligence on their foe's movements, maritime patrol aircraft to watch for sanction busters and tankers to give combat aircraft the fuel to carry warloads. </p> <p>Some notable competitions have been settled in the past 12 months, including the Australian Wedgetail and Greek AEW&amp;C competitions, and the UK Airborne Stand-off Radhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Military-Aircraft-Directory-Part-1-54719/
  • Military Aircraft Directory: Beriev

    News | 29 Jul 1998 14:50

    <p>BERIEV</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=1 BORDERCOLOR="#000000" CELLPADDING=2 WIDTH=888> <TR><TD WIDTH="39%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>Manufacturer</TD> <TD WIDTH="6%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>Max </p> <p>TD</TD> <TD WIDTH="5%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>WS</TD> <TD WIDTH="6%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>FL</TD> <TD WIDTH="8%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>Max </p> <p>RF</TD> <TD WIDTH="9%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>Max </p> <p> Kts/Mach</TD> <TD WIDTH="9%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>Max </p> <p>OC</TD> <TD WIDTH="7%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>Max </p> <p>Pay.</TD> <TD WIDTH="3%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>C</TD> <TD WIDTH="7%" VALIGN="TOP" BGCOLOR="#c0c0c0" HEIGHT=17> <p>CR Max</p> <p>PNR</TD> </TR> <TR><TD WIDTH="39%" VALIGN="TOP" HEIGHT=17> <p>A-40 Special mission - Maritime patrol</TD> <TD WIDTH="6http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Military-Aircraft-Directory-Beriev-40216/
  • Swedish SH37 Viggen crashes photographing...

    News | 22 Oct 1996 23:00

    <p>Swedish SH37 Viggen crashes photographing new Russian cruiser </p> <p>IN AN EPISODE reminiscent of the Cold War, a Swedish air force reconnaissance aircraft crashed on 16 October while on a low-level pass over a new Russian cruiser at sea for the first time. </p> <p>The Saab SH37 Viggen crashed about 110km (60nm) south-east of Gotland Island. Latvian and Russian authorities mounted a rescue operation, but they did not find the pilot. </p> <p>The SH37, with an SF37 Viggen variant, was carrying out low-level passes of the Russian navy's largest cruiser, Peter the Great, which had put to sea for the first time. </p> <p>Russian military officials say that the SH37 hit the water 700m in front of the cruiser, after the pilot made a right turn at very low altitude. They maintain that no weapons had been fired from any one of the Russian vessels. </p> <p>Swedish armed forces officials say that while the cause of the accident is not yet clear, a Russian Beriev Be-12 amphibious aircrafthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Swedish-SH37-Viggen-crashes-photographing-9743/
  • Beriev

    News | 22 Oct 1996 23:00

    <p>A-40 ALBATROS </p> <p>Two protoypes of the A-40 have flown, but there is as of yet no sign that a batch of 20 twin-turbofan amphibians ordered by Russia for its naval-aviation force will actually be built. The A-40 is intended to replace the Ilyushin Il-38 May and Beriev Be-12 Mail. The A-40 is optimised for long-range ASW, with a nose-mounted refuelling probe mounted above a large radome and provision for a retractable magnetic-anomaly detector. Twin 118kN Soloviev D-30s are mounted on booms extending from the fuselage and wing inboard trailing-edge, well above the wing, to prevent water ingestion during take-off and landing. An upgraded variant of the A-50 AEW, the A-500, is being developed. </p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Beriev-9631/