Angus Batey

Angus Batey
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Raytheon Trials Cockpit Alerts for Cyber Threats
​From in-flight internet access for passengers through to preventing unauthorised access to logistics networks, the cybersecurity challenges facing aviation are as varied as they are difficult to guard against.
Space Filling Fast at Dubai South
Visitors to the Airshow cannot help but notice that there is a lot of desert out there around the Dubai South site.
Lufthansa Technik Expands Dubai Operations
Lufthansa Technik Middle East became the first firm to begin operations at the Aerospace Supply Chain area of Dubai South's Aviation District earlier this year.
Gulfstream Highlights Special Missions Capabilities
​Nearly one third of Gulfstream’s fleet of 170 business jets operating in the Middle East and Africa has been put to use in far more utilitarian roles than one would expect.
Gulfstream Highlights Bizjets' Special Capabilities
​Nearly one third of Gulfstream’s fleet of 170 business jets operating in the Middle East and Africa has been put to use in far more utilitarian roles than one would expect.
Raytheon's JPALS Brings Precision Landing
A cutting-edge system primarily developed to help fighter pilots land fast jets on aircraft carriers is making its Dubai Airshow debut this week - and it is being marketed for use on land.
Dubai Pushes for Unmanned Aviation Leadership 2
It has long been a technology leader, but the United Arab Emirates - and Dubai in particular - is racing ahead of the global pack when it comes to deploying unmanned aircraft.
Gulf Region Sparks Hybrid Airship Renaissance
As hybrid airship technology continues to mature, plans are advancing to bring this new breed of aircraft to the Middle East, both for commercial applications and in military or security-oriented roles.
DC Aviation Opens Second Hangar In Dubai
​DC Aviation Al-Futtaim will open a second hangar in the Aviation District of Dubai South. With the opening, the company has more than doubled its capacity on the site.
Gripen Returns to Dubai After 12-Year Absence 11
The Gripen has not been seen at the Dubai Airshow since 2005, but its presence this year does not mean the aircraft is being actively competed for fighter requirements in the region.
UK Issues Cybersecurity Mandate For Defense Supply Chain 
With clear standards and an emphasis on the basics, the UK Defense Ministry hopes to protect the security of its industrial base.
Victor To Share Data Trove With Operators
It has experienced five years of unprecedented growth, but London-based charter-booking marketplace Victor is only getting started.
Satair Planning To Stay In Bizjet Market 
It may be a newcomer to business aviation, but Satair believes its extensive experience in the commercial marketplace will help the company establish itself in the sector.
Lord’s Aero President Returns To A Changing Marketplace
Regular NBAA attendees who pride themselves on never forgetting a face may be in for a challenge this week.
ADS-B Delays Could Ground 1,000 Bizjets
Satair Group, the Airbus-owned aftermarket services company, is marking its first foray into the business-aviation market by teaming up with Honeywell Aerospace to facilitate ADS-B upgrades.
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