Top News on Eurofighter Typhoon

  • Good neighbours: Our Top 10 Anglo-French aviation projects


    ​In the week that the UK and France advanced their ambitions to test a jointly-developed unmanned future combat air system, we take a look at the bilateral project, plus nine other notable examples of Anglo-French collaboration in the aerospace sector.


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  • Firms scramble to dethrone Lockheed in international F-16 market


    When South Korea in early November dumped BAE Systems as the prime contractor in charge of upgrading its fleet of...


  • Norway set to receive first drag-chute equipped F-35


    When Norway’s fleet of Lockheed Martin F-35As comes online in 2015, there will be little to distinguish them from jets...


  • Gripen will not compete in Danish fighter competition


    The Swedish government has announced that it will not contend Denmark’s fighter replacement competition with its...


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  • Firms scramble to dethrone Lockheed in international F-16 market

    News | 20 Nov 2014 18:24 | Dan Parsons

    When South Korea in early November dumped BAE Systems as the prime contractor in charge of upgrading its fleet of Lockheed Martin F-16, it sent a message that companies other than the original equipment manufacturers would be fighting an uphill battle to access the global Fighting Falcon market.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Firms-scramble-to-dethrone-Lockheed-in-international-F-16-market-406328/
  • ANALYSIS: How Selex adds value under the skin

    News | 10 Nov 2014 15:59 | Dominic Perry

    ​Of the cluster of aerospace and defence assembly plants clustered around Milan, Selex ES's facility at Nerviano is perhaps the hardest to quantify. For example, Alenia Aermacchi's factory at Venegono Superiore makes jet trainers and the Vergiate plant of AgustaWestland churns out helicopters - both highly visible, tangible end products. The Selex site, on the other hand, makes a huge number of components that are invariably tucked away underneath the skin of the aircraft - radars, mission systems and sensors, and so on. That those systems are vital is not in dispute, however they tend to be overshadowed by the platform they are installed on.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-How-Selex-adds-value-under-the-skin-405501/
  • Good neighbours: Our Top 10 Anglo-French aviation projects

    News | 07 Nov 2014 15:05 | Craig Hoyle

    ​In the week that the UK and France advanced their ambitions to test a jointly-developed unmanned future combat air system, we take a look at the bilateral project, plus nine other notable examples of Anglo-French collaboration in the aerospace sector.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Good-neighbours-Our-Top-10-Anglo-French-aviation-projects-405790/
  • ANALYSIS: What future for China's air power?

    News | 04 Nov 2014 11:09 | Greg Waldron

    Airshow China 2014 will offer a glimpse into the future of Chinese airpower, but it will likely raise more questions than it answershttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-What-future-for-Chinas-air-power-404107/
  • ANALYSIS: How Draken International became the world's biggest private air force

    News | 03 Sep 2014 09:18

    ​Any air arm able to field 30 operational MiG-21s, 11 A-4K Skyhawks and which ordered up to 28 light combat jets would be placed well up the rankings in Flight’s annual World Air Forces directory.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-How-Draken-International-became-the-worlds-biggest-private-air-force-402908/
  • ANALYSIS: NATO summit is no routine meeting

    News | 27 Aug 2014 11:17 | Beth Stevenson

    ​The world’s leaders are flocking to the Welsh town of Newport this week, as NATO’s summit is set to take place on 4-5 September – and the event is shaping up to be anything but routine.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-NATO-summit-is-no-routine-meeting-403024/