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
Leonardo Delays Commercial Tiltrotor Certification 
Leonardo has pushed back the timeline for the certification of its AW609 commercial tiltrotor by another year in a bid to further mature the aircraft.
Leonardo Puts Off Commercial Tiltrotor Certification 
Leonardo has pushed back the timeline for the certification of its AW609 commercial tiltrotor by another year in a bid to further mature the aircraft.
Canada Rejoining NATO Early Warning Force 
Canada is rejoining NATO’s Airborne Early Warning Force, four years after it left the program in a bid to save money.
Airbus Preparing For H160 Series Production 
Airbus is introducing new production processes that it is hoping will allow the aircraft to be assembled in just 24 weeks.
Final Bids Submitted In Belgian Fighter Contest 
British and U.S. bid teams have submitted their final proposals to Belgium as the country considers its replacement for the F-16.
A400M Costs Airbus Another €1.3 Billion 
The company already had warned of another round of hefty charges associated with the late delivery of the aircraft and its tactical capabilities.
Enders: Partner-Nation Deal Should ‘Reduce the Bleeding’ on A400M 
A reduced production rate could help the A400M find export orders.
Trials To Test Airbus Eagle Sensor Landing Capability 
Airbus is preparing for the next round of trials for its Eagle imaging sensor, which will pave the way for fully autonomous landings.
Airbus To Pay $99M Penalty Over Eurofighter Investigation 
Airbus is to pay €81 million ($99 million) to resolve a German investigation into potential corruption over the sale of Eurofighter aircraft to Austria.
Airbus To Pay $99M Penalty Over Eurofighter Investigation 
Airbus is to pay €81 million ($99 million) to resolve a German investigation into potential corruption over the sale of Eurofighter aircraft to Austria.
BAE Tests Aircraft Weapon Bay Designs 
BAE Systems has revealed it is working on designs for future aircraft weapon and equipment bays using a specially designed rig connected to a wind tunnel.
Airbus Skyways Parcel Drone Completes Demo Flight 
Airbus’ Skyways unmanned parcel delivery air vehicle has completed its first flight demonstration in Singapore.
Airbus Skyways Parcel UAV Completes Demo Flight 
Airbus’ Skyways unmanned parcel delivery air vehicle has completed its first flight demonstration in Singapore.
Airbus Secures Accord To Slow A400M Deliveries 
Airbus says it has secured an accord with A400M partner nations to slow aircraft deliveries and readjust the road map for its military capabilities.
Leonardo Studying Second-Generation Rotary-Wing UAV
Leonardo is studying concepts for a second-generation rotary-wing unmanned air vehicle for use in both land and maritime environments.
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