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  • PICTURES: Australia's F-111 retirement to close chapter of aviation history


    Australia's retirement of its last F-111s this week sees the curtain call of iconic Cold War veteran Australia will...


  • UK aerotoxic inquiry may head down the wrong path


    The UK Department for Transport has been carrying out exploratory tests to decide...


  • Australian A$6bn deal for 24 Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets given go-ahead, no effect on JSF


    Australia has given the green light to an estimated A$6 billion ($4.64 billion) acquisition of 24 Boeing F/A-18F Block...


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  • PICTURES: Australia's F-111 retirement to close chapter of aviation history

    News | 29 Nov 2010 11:45 | Stephen Trimble

    Australia's retirement of its last F-111s this week sees the curtain call of iconic Cold War veteran Australia will retire its last General Dynamics...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURES-Australias-F-111-retirement-to-close-chapter-of-aviation-history-350223/
  • UK aerotoxic inquiry may head down the wrong path

    News | 08 Feb 2008 10:15 | David Learmount

    The UK Department for Transport has been carrying out exploratory tests to decide...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/UK-aerotoxic-inquiry-may-head-down-the-wrong-path-221407/
  • Australian A$6bn deal for 24 Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets given go-ahead, no effect on JSF

    News | 06 Mar 2007 13:00 | Peter La Franchi

    Australia has given the green light to an estimated A$6 billion ($4.64 billion) acquisition of 24 Boeing F/A-18F Block II Super Hornet aircraft with lead aircraft to be delivered in early 2010 and initial operational capability in place from late that same year.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Australian-A6bn-deal-for-24-Boeing-FA-18F-Super-Hornets-given-go-ahead-no-effect-on-JSF-212476/
  • BRS trials jet-sized recovery chute

    News | 06 Mar 2007 00:00 | John Croft

    <P>Ballistic Recovery Systems (BRS) has air-dropped two varieties of the quarter-sphere parachute that will be used for its Next Generation Parachute System (NGPS), one designed to handle a 1,630kg (3,600lb) aircraft and one for aircraft weighing as much as 2,500kg. </P> <P>The Minnesota-based company expects to complete development of the NGPS by the end of this year. Its largest parachute to date is a 16.5m (54ft)-diameter ballistic product approved to carry as much as 1,540kg. Two manufacturers use BRS parachutes as standard equipment in their single-engined aircraft - Cirrus Design for the SR20 and SR22, and Flight Design for its light sport aircraft. Launch customer for the new 5500 parachute, measuring 20m in diameter, is likely to be Diamond Aircraft for it single-engined D-Jet. BRS has shipped 25,000 parachutes, with 3,100 installed in certificated aircraft, says BRS vice-president of sales John Gilmore. </P> <P>In addition to carrying more weight, the new parachutes will alshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/BRS-trials-jet-sized-recovery-chute-212408/
  • Wizards of Oz

    News | 27 Jul 2000 23:00

    <p>Honeywell is set to sign a $150 million, 10-year contract with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) to provide avionics logistics support to its fleet of C130 and F111 aircraft. Honeywell announced at the Show that it has been selected as preferred tenderer for the contract. </p> <p>The deal will cover maintenance, engineering, asset and materials logistics management support for all avionics equipment on board the aircraft. It will use state-of-the-art forecasting and we-based management tools in a bid to reduce the RAAF's cost of ownership and increased operational availability.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Wizards-of-Oz-68927/