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
CHC Returns From Chapter 11 
Oil and gas helicopter operator CHC says it is has emerged as an “economically robust and agile competitor,” 10 months after filing for bankruptcy.
Finland Issues RFI For New Fighter Weapons 
Finland has issued a request for information (RFI) on potential weaponry to arm its new fighter aircraft.
Jersey Airport Installs Remote Tower Technology 
The Channel Islands dependency of Jersey has the first UK airport to use remote tower technology.
CHC Emerges From Chapter 11 
Oil and gas helicopter operator CHC says it is has emerged as an “economically robust and agile competitor,” 10 months after filing for bankruptcy.
Banker Is Leonardo’s New Leader 
Alessandro Profumo will take over from Mauro Moretti in the coming weeks, as Moretti finishes up his three-year mandate at the company. The move is part of wider reshuffle of senior managers in Italy’s various state-controlled companies and institutions.
British Royal Navy Retires Lynx Helicopters 
Britain’s Royal Navy has retired the last of its Lynx helicopters.
Japan-UK Fighter Project Sign Of Closer Defense Partnership  29
The two countries will tell each other what they want from a future fighter and what technology they have. Then they will consider studying a joint program.
Italian Air Chief Says New Technology And More Joint Operations Needed  4
The Italian air force faces rapid change as new aircraft types enter service.
Jersey Airport Installs Remote Tower Technology 
The Channel Islands dependency of Jersey has the first UK airport to use remote tower technology.
Irish Coast Guard S-92's Tail May Have Struck Rocks 
Air accident investigators probing the loss of an Irish coast guard Sikorsky S-92 believe the aircraft’s tail boom may have struck rocks.
Tunisair is one of the affected carriers.
UK Joins U.S. In Restricting Passenger Electronics 
The UK has joined the U.S. in introducing new flight restrictions on passenger carriage of electronic items in the cabin on flights to the UK from the Middle East and North Africa.
Alessandro Profumo To Lead Leonardo 
The move is part of wider reshuffle of senior managers in Italy’s various state-controlled companies and institutions.
Banker Is Leonardo's New Leader 
The move is part of wider reshuffle of senior managers in Italy’s various state-controlled companies and institutions.
Veteran Banker To Lead Leonardo 
The move is part of wider reshuffle of senior managers in Italy’s various state-controlled companies and institutions.
Saab On Target For Gripen E First Flight 
Saab says it is still on target for achieving a first flight of its new JAS 39E Gripen in this year’s second quarter.
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