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  • PARIS: TP400 partners power up for A400M

    Just over 10 years on from the signature of a combined development and production contract for the A400M, one of the programme's first pair of customer aircraft is making its public debut.

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  • Learjet collided with German Eurofighter during hard turn

    ​The two-man crew of a Bombardier Learjet 35A died when their aircraft was in collision with a German air force...

  • PICTURE: Eurofighter hits new delivery milestone

    EADS company Cassidian has delivered the Eurofighter programme’s 400th production aircraft, to the German air force.

  • First Tranche 3 Eurofighter completes engine ground runs

    BAE Systems has completed engine ground runs involving Europe’s first Tranche 3 production example of the Eurofighter...

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  • ANALYSIS: Eurojet looks for EJ200 to power ahead on new platforms

    News | 22 May 2015 11:25 | Craig Hoyle

    ​Each time a quick reaction alert sortie is launched from any of the nations operating the Eurofighter combat aircraft, it is dependent on the availability of the type’s twin Eurojet EJ200 turbofan engines.
  • ANALYSIS: We check out Eurofighter's P1E upgrade in simulator

    News | 19 Jan 2015 10:54 | Peter Collins

    ​In mid-November 2014, Flight International was given the opportunity to visit BAE Systems’ facility at Warton in Lancashire, to be briefed by its Eurofighter Typhoon chief test pilot Mark Bowman and project manager Luke Dickson about the successful introduction and first deliveries to the Royal Air Force under the Phase 1 Enhancement (P1E) programme.
  • ANALYSIS: How Avio Aero is helping shape powerplant manufacturing

    News | 11 Nov 2014 00:00 | Dan Thisdell

    ​If you want to see the future, drive about an hour northeast of Turin to Cameri, where Avio Aero has a new factory. Here, the engine components maker – now a GE Aviation subsidiary, since its $4.3 billion acquisition in August 2013 – has focussed its additive manufacturing capability. The plant is much like any other greenfield manufacturing site, with its smart glass frontage, car parking, reception, a few offices and loading bay, and production floor. Except, the production floor is a room barely 20m square with ample natural light and eight soft drink vending machines, in two rows against opposite walls.
  • Learjet collided with German Eurofighter during hard turn

    News | 07 Oct 2014 13:49 | Craig Hoyle

    ​The two-man crew of a Bombardier Learjet 35A died when their aircraft was in collision with a German air force Eurofighter when a quick reaction alert training exercise went wrong, Germany’s BFU accident investigation board has concluded, in an interim report into the 23 June mishap.
  • FARNBOROUGH: Interiors specialist PPA expands production

    News | 27 Jun 2014 07:59

    After a long absence, composite and glass fibre manufacturer PPA is back at Farnborough, and eager to share its part in the record-breaking Bloodhound SSC attempt
  • ANALYSIS: Rolls-Royce details UCAS power challenge

    News | 29 Apr 2014 09:36 | Craig Hoyle

    ​Last year’s secretive first flight of the Taranis unmanned combat air system demonstrator followed a seven-year development activity by a UK-only ­industry team, and offered an indication of the nation’s potential future strike capability.