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
Rolls-Royce Mulls Spinning Off Marine Business 
British Engineering and aero-engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce is considering spinning off its money losing Commercial Marine business.
NTSB: Unexpected Vibrations Caused Bell 525 Inflight Breakup 
Unexpected severe vibrations generated during OEI flight trials of Bell’s 525 helicopter caused the fatal crash of the first prototype, the NTSB has concluded.
Unexpected Vibrations To Blame For Bell 525 Inflight Breakup: NTSB 
Unexpected severe vibrations generated during OEI flight trials of Bell’s 525 helicopter caused the fatal crash of the first prototype, the NTSB has concluded.
Royal Air Force Facing Long-Term Fight Against Islamic State Group  30
Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets are crucial tools in RAF operations over Iraq and Syria.
Enders Issues Stark Warnings Over Protectionism, Brexit And Trump  1
Enders used the example of Boeing’s ongoing trade dispute against Canada’s Bombardier, which has resulted in the U.S. government imposing 219% tariffs on the C Series jets ordered by U.S. airlines.
All Aboard Evacuated After Pegasus Runway Excursion 
All passengers and crew onboard a Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737 were evacuated after the aircraft exited the runway and rolled down a muddy cliff at Turkey’s Trabzon Airport.
Airbus CEO Warns About Brexit, Trump, Protectionism  89
Airbus CEO Tom Enders has warned of the dangers of increasing protectionism that could emerge from Brexit and the presidency of Donald Trump.
Airbus CEO Warns About Brexit, Trump, Protectionism 
Airbus CEO Tom Enders has warned of the dangers of increasing protectionism that could emerge from Brexit and the presidency of Donald Trump.
Airbus CEO Warns About Brexit, Trump, Protectionism 
Airbus CEO Tom Enders has warned of the dangers of increasing protectionism that could emerge from Brexit and the presidency of Donald Trump.
UK Ending Westland Lynx Operations 
Britain is preparing to retire its last operational Westland Lynx helicopters, ending a 40-year career with the Army Air Corps and Royal Navy.
Airbus To Resolve Taiwan Missile Sale Dispute 
Airbus has been ordered to pay €104 million ($127 million) over a long-running commercial dispute over the sale of missiles to equip Taiwan’s fleet of Dassault Mirage 2000s.
Passengers, Crew Evacuated From Pegasus Boeing 737 Runway Excursion 11
Pegasus flight PC8622 operated by a Boeing 737-800 came to a halt on a steep muddy cliff side just meters from the Black Sea following its arrival from Ankara shortly before 11.30 pm local time Jan. 13.
Leonardo Leading European Unmanned Maritime Demo 
Leonardo will lead 42 industry and government organizations from 15 European countries on the European Defense Fund’s Ocean2020 unmanned maritime system demo.
Russian Forces In Syria Thwart First Swarming Drone Strike  4
Thirteen improvised systems, each carrying 10 small bombs, were launched against the Khmeimim Air Base. Russian units took control of six and shot down seven.
Empire Test Pilots School Gearing Up For New Fleet 
Britain’s Empire Test Pilots School is gearing up for the arrival of new aircraft as it prepares to begin offering courses under new EASA regulations in 2019.
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