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Lithuanian Air Force renews Dauphin support contract

The Lithuanian Air Force has renewed the Dauphin HCare Infinite contract for its fleet of three AS365N3+ aircraft. The search and … Read More

Polish Air Force M-346 officially named Bielik

The Polish first lady, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, formally named the air force’s M-346 trainer during a ceremony on November 24. “Fly … Read More

Iranian air power on show

The Iran Airshow that kicked off on Kish Island on November 26 has provided a unique opportunity for Western observers to get a closer … Read More

Lithuanian Air Force confirmed for Royal Navy International Air Day

The Royal Navy International Air Day next year will welcome a UK flying display debut for the Lithuanian Air Force. As the the first … Read More

First flight for second Gripen E

On 26 November, Saab completed the successful first flight of the second Gripen E test aircraft. The second Gripen E test aircraft, … Read More

AFM December: Greece’s last F-4s

The glory days of the F-4 in Europe are now over, and in Greece only one squadron remains. In the December issue of AFM, Gert Kromhout … Read More

TALIOS pod qualified by French DGA

The TALIOS optronic pod has been qualified by the French defence procurement agency, the Direction générale de l’armement (DGA). The … Read More

Guardia di Finanza orders AW169Ms

The Italian Guardia di Finanza (GdF – the country’s Customs Police Air Service) has placed an order for 22 new AW169M helicopters … Read More

Gripen E flies with Meteor

The Gripen E continues to expand its weapons repertoire with a first test flight carrying the Meteor beyond-visual-range air-to-air … Read More

500,000 flying hours for Eurofighter fleet

The EF2000 Typhoon fleet has passed the 500,000 flying hours mark, Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH confirmed today. Volker Paltzo, CEO … Read More


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