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
Airbus Details Potential Norway H225 Crash Cause Mitigations 
Airbus Helicopters has detailed the work it has carried out to resolve five potential root causes of the loss of an H225 helicopter in the North Sea in April 2016.
Cross-Border Research Increases Missile Technology Options 
MBDA’s missile programs are benefiting from a joint research initiative that involves participants from industry and academe.
Airbus Details Potential Norway H225 Crash Cause Mitigations 
Airbus Helicopters has detailed the work it has carried out to resolve five potential root causes of the loss of an H225 helicopter in the North Sea in April 2016.
Pacific Aerospace Pleads Guilty In North Korea Exporting Case 
New Zealand-based utility aircraft manufacturer Pacific Aerospace has pleaded guilty to indirectly exporting aircraft parts to North Korea.
Spanish Typhoon Crash Third Fatal Accident In Month  1
A Spanish Air Force Eurofighter Typhoon pilot was killed when his aircraft crashed while returning from a flyby over Madrid.
Wind Energy Drives New Helicopter Market Demands 
More than 100 helicopters may be needed to support offshore wind farms.
BAE Plans Structural Changes, Job Cuts 
BAE Systems is planning to cut 1,900 jobs across the company as it undertakes a radical overhaul of its organizational structure.
Pilots' Union Calls For Inquiry Into Monarch Collapse 
LONDON—The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) has called for an investigation into the collapse of Monarch Airlines and the financial arrangements between its past and present owners.
Airbus Sees Eagle Project as Major Step Toward Full-Autonomy Helos 
How high-definition imagery could pave the way to fully automated helicopter landings.
Airbus Expands Environmental Trials To Larger Helicopters 
Flight tests are underway on Airbus Helicopters’ H145 light twin-engine, specifically to test its five-blade main rotor.
Belgium Rejects French Fighter Offer 
Brussels has rejected a French offer for a closer defense partnership based on Belgium selecting the Dassault Rafale as its future fighter to replace the F-16.
Paramount Purchases Ex-French Mirage F1s 
South African defense firm Paramount Group has purchased four ex-French Air Force Dassault Mirage F1Bs to bolster its training arm.
Airbus Says 22,000 New Helos Needed In Next 20 Years 
The company’s first public long-term forecast claims the helicopter market will be worth around €370 billion ($434 billion) over the next 20 years.
Airbus: 22,000 New Helos Needed Over Next 20 Years 
The company’s first public long-term forecast claims the helicopter market will be worth around €370 billion ($434 billion) over the next 20 years.
Monarch Airlines Succumbs To Effects Of Brexit  3
Brexit’s devaluation of the pound took a heavy toll on Monarch’s finances, say analysts.
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