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
Malaysia Leaning Toward Japanese P-3C Offer 
The Malaysian government is leaning toward accepting a Japanese offer of supplying four used Lockheed Martin P-3C Orions.
Sukhoi Struts Its Stuff Over Dubai 4
Despite the extraordinary gathering of fighter types at this year’s event, the so-called super-maneuverability flying display in the Su-35 is one of this year’s most eye-catching and eagerly anticipated.
Iomax Debuts Eagle-Eyed Archangel 11
Iomax, the manufacturer of the distinctive Archangel light attack aircraft is debuting its Block 2 model aircraft at the Dubai Airshow.
UAE Armed Forces Spend $1.74 Billion

Lockheed Martin has been an early beneficiary of a UAE spending spree on the first day of the Dubai Airshow.

UAE Armed Forces Spending Spree At Dubai 

Lockheed Martin has been an early beneficiary of a UAE spending spree on the first day of the Dubai Airshow.

Bell 505 Earns EASA Spurs
Bell’s Model 505 JetRanger X has received its long-awaited European Aviation Safety Agency certification.
Textron Debuts Production-Standard Scorpion At Dubai Airshow 17
The production-standard aircraft, features a slightly more swept (4 deg.) main wing and all moving horizontal stabilizer.
Turkish Aerospace Industries Shows Off Turkish Delights in Dubai
Turkish Aerospace Industries is showing off three aircraft in the static display while the T129 ATAK helicopter is participating in the flying display.
Textron Debuts Production-Standard Scorpion At Dubai 
The production-standard aircraft, features a slightly more swept (4 deg.) main wing and all moving horizontal stabilizer.
Textron Flies Production-Standard Scorpion To Middle East 
The brand-new aircraft flew from Wichita to Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Dubai.
Switzerland Begins Fighter Procurement 
Switzerland’s Federal Council has given the green light for the country to proceed with a program to purchase new fighter jets and a ground-based air defense system.
Antonov Reveals Small UAV
Antonov, the manufacturer some of the world’s largest aircraft has unveiled its smallest.
Antonov Unveils Small UAV 
Antonov, the manufacturer some of the world’s largest aircraft has unveiled its smallest.
Germany Wants Fifth-Gen Fighter To Replace Tornado  9
The F-35 is a “benchmark” in competition to replace the Tornado, German officials say.
Britain Faces Calls To Consider Future Fighter Project  7
Anglo-French UCAV and Turkish TF-X are preserving British fighter know-how.
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