Tony Osborne

Tony Osborne
London Bureau Chief,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Based in London, Tony covers European defense programs. Prior to joining Aviation Week in November 2012, Tony was at Shephard Media Group where he was deputy editor for Rotorhub and Defence Helicopter magazines. Tony has covered avionics, unmanned vehicles, the supply chain and cyberwarfare.

 

Articles
Anglo-French UCAS Demo Development To Begin In 2017 
Britain and France are to begin work on the development of a joint Unmanned Combat Air System demonstrator in late 2017.
Fighter Fleets And Capability Put New Demands On Training 
Eyes may be on the T-X competition, but the international market remains ripe for training aircraft.
Rolls-Royce Pays Up Over Corruption Investigation 
Rolls’s settlement emerges as fraud investigators begin to examine the aerospace industry as a whole.
A Global Glance At Trainer Outlooks 
A thumbnail outline of most nation’s plans to replace their trainer aircraft in light of many current trainers approaching retirement.
Leonardo CEO Begins Hunt For Acquisitions 
Leonardo’s UK enterprise claims the second largest aerospace and defense company behind BAE Systems.
New Italian Attack Helicopter To Recycle Commercial Technology 
Replacement for Mangusta to use dynamics and avionics from AW149.
Rolls-Royce CEO: Past Behavior ‘Completely Unacceptable’ 
Rolls-Royce hopes it can restore customer faith after agreeing to pay fines worth £670 million ($824 million) to settle fraud and corruption cases with the Brazilian, UK and U.S. authorities.
Rolls CEO: Past Behavior ‘Completely Unacceptable’ 
Engineering company and aero-engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce is hoping it can restore customer faith after agreeing to pay fines worth £670 million ($808 million) to settle fraud and corruption cases by the Brazilian, UK and U.S. authorities.
Italy Joins Aster Missile Development 
Italy has formally joined the development program for the missile set to become the backbone of European-developed ballistic missile defense.
AirTanker Prepares For Busier Royal Air Force Customer 
AirTanker wants to ensure it is ready for the increased tempo of operations as the UK Royal Air Force grows its fast jet fleet.
Rolls-Royce To Pay Fines In Bribery, Corruption Cases 
Aero engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £670 million ($808 million) in fines to settle a series of bribery and corruption cases with UK, U.S. and Brazilian authorities.
Rolls-Royce Will Pay Fines In Corruption, Bribery Cases 
Aero engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £670 million ($808 million) in fines to settle a series of bribery and corruption cases with UK, U.S. and Brazilian authorities.
Lasers Could Assist High-Altitude Reconnaissance  10
BAE Systems has revealed work on the development of lasers which could temporarily adjust the Earth’s atmosphere to improve the visual acuity of enemy targets or even prevent attacks by high-energy laser weapons.
Lockheed Martin Secures UK Crowsnest Contract 
Lockheed Martin, Thales and Leonardo will fit an airborne early warning radar system to the British Royal Navy’s fleet of Merlin helicopters.
Rolls-Royce To Pay Settlement Fines In Three Countries 
Engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay hefty fines to settle a series of bribery and corruption cases with UK, U.S. and Brazilian authorities.
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