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  • AESA radar deal lifts Eurofighter sales prospects

    ​Eurofighter partner nations Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK have agreed to complete the development and integration of an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar for the Typhoon.

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  • UK's second aircraft carrier will enter service

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that the Ministry of Defence will bring its second aircraft carrier – HMS...

  • After 'Boris Island': 10 other airport follies

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  • FARNBOROUGH: Selex eyes new UK business

    Selex ES is consolidating of its facilities in the south of England to better position itself to respond to a number of...

  • News Listings for Edinburgh

  • Scotland set to halve air passenger duty

    News | 29 Jan 2015 10:59 | Murdo Morrison

    Scotland's government will begin dismantling a controversial UK controversial tax on air passengers once that power is devolved to Edinburgh, former first minister Alex Salmond has revealed.
  • Ryanair unveils three new Stansted routes

    News | 21 Jan 2015 17:10

    Ryanair is to launch three additional new London Stansted routes – and increase the frequencies of 40 other services from the UK base – as part of its summer schedule.
  • Cathay Pacific expands codeshare agreement with Flybe

    News | 06 Jan 2015 01:27 | Aaron Chong

    Cathay Pacific Airways will expand its codeshare agreement with Flybe to cover more UK destinations via Amsterdam and Paris.
  • Stobart Air ends flights from Shannon

    News | 05 Jan 2015 17:24 | Michael Gubisch

    Turboprop operator Stobart Air has terminated its services from Shannon airport.
  • ANALYSIS: New routes driving up USA-UK capacity in 2015

    News | 23 Dec 2014 21:21 | Edward Russell

    ​A slew of new nonstop routes between the USA and the UK will drive up capacity during the summer of 2015, surpassing the peak set earlier this year.
  • Corrosion suspected in loss of ATR torque-link pins

    News | 18 Dec 2014 12:36 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Irish investigators believe corrosion to a nose-gear torque-link pin caused it to separate from an ATR 72-200, leading to a severe shimmy after the turboprop landed at Dublin.