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  • Philippines takes delivery of SF-260F primary trainers


    The Philippine air force has taken delivery of its first four Alenia Aermacchi SF-260F primary trainers, with 14 more...


  • Turkey seeks used attack helicopters, transports


    Turkey has acted to address its urgent need for more attack helicopters and is looking at a possible interim deal to...


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  • Philippines takes delivery of SF-260F primary trainers

    News | 05 Nov 2010 07:20 | Greg Waldron

    The Philippine air force has taken delivery of its first four Alenia Aermacchi SF-260F primary trainers, with 14 more expected to be handed over in the first quarter of 2011.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Philippines-takes-delivery-of-SF-260F-primary-trainers-349302/
  • Turkey seeks used attack helicopters, transports

    News | 01 Jul 2010 08:00 | Tolga Ozbek

    Turkey has acted to address its urgent need for more attack helicopters and is looking at a possible interim deal to bridge the gap until the availability...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Turkey-seeks-used-attack-helicopters-transports-343887/
  • World Air Forces listing A-B

    News | 24 Nov 1999 00:00

    <p>AFGHANISTAN</p> <p>Afghanistan has been wracked by war for decades. The Islamic Taliban controls about two-thirds of the land-locked, mountainous country. Areas in the north are held by an alliance led by General Ahmad Shah Masoud. Fierce fighting frequently breaks out in and around Kabul, in the north-eastern provinces of Takhar, Kunduz and Baghlan and in the north-western provinces of Faryab and Badghis. Although 10-12 groups exist, only the Taliban and Masoud's forces lay claim to any air power. The Taliban claims to have captured Masoud's five L-39s, and appears to operate them with its 20-odd MiG-21s and Su-20/22s. Both Soviet-era types are reportedly in Masoud's service as well. Both sides have helicopters, mainly Mi-8/17s, but also Mi-24/25/35 Hinds. Taliban forces also have access to An-24 transports. Casualties continue to be high due to poor access to spares - although Pakistan is believed to aid the Taliban - and a plentiful supply of MANPADS such as SA-7 Grail (Strela 2http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/World-Air-Forces-listing-A-B-58978/
  • Good flying ?

    News | 21 Oct 1998 00:00

    <p>Christopher Yeo/SACHON, SOUTH KOREA </p> <p>Keen to apply aircraft development skills honed on licence manufacturing, South Korea's aerospace industry is facing a major test as it awaits an order for its first indigenously designed product - the KT-1 Woong Bee turboprop trainer. </p> <p>The South Korean air force has completed operational evaluation of the KTX-1 prototype and is expected to order an initial 85 aircraft. Daewoo Heavy Industries (DHI) is now gearing up to begin production of the KT-1 in August 1999. </p> <p>Award of the production contract will mark the beginning of a new stage of the country's aerospace industry. South Korea has already embarked on a far more ambitious programme to develop the KTX-2 supersonic advanced trainer and light combat aircraft, which will be a joint effort between Samsung Aerospace and Lockheed Martin. </p> <p>The KTX-1 was a more modest starting point for the South Korean industry, and development has not been without its challenges. Thhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Good-flying-44073/