Christina Mackenzie

Senior European Editor Defense Tecnology Edition, Aviation Week

Posts by Christina Mackenzie

in Ares Jun 10, 2014

Fatal Eurofighter crash in Spain

A Spanish Eurofighter Typhoon jet crashed before landing at the Morón de la Frontera airbase near Seville yesterday (June 9)....More
in Ares Jun 10, 2014

Don't be afraid to be European

Europeans should cease being ashamed of saying they have the best capabilities....More
in Ares Jun 10, 2014

Airbus determined to stay with RPAS's

Domingo Ureña Raso, executive vice president of the military aircraft division at Airbus Defence and Space, is quite determined that not....More
in Ares Jun 06, 2014

Caïman makes first docking on Normandie FREMM

The Caïman N-90 helicopter of the French Navy made a first docking on the FREMM Normandie yesterday as part of the frigate's on-going sea-....More
in Ares Jun 06, 2014

Egypt buys four Gowind corvettes

Egypt signs €1 billion ($1.36 billion) contract with French DCNS for four Gowind corvettes and an option for two more....More
in Ares Oct 26, 2013

A visual tour of Adroit

The Adroit offshore patrol vessel, designed and built by France's naval systems group DCNS on its its own funds, has been on loan to the French....More
in Ares May 31, 2013

No Competition for A400M, Even in the US

With three A400Ms on the tarmac behind him, Rafael Tentor, Airbus Military's senior vice president programs said today in Seville that "we do not....More
in Ares May 31, 2013

Airbus Military unveils C295W

Airbus Military today unveiled the C295W, the W standing for winglets. It's not an entirely new aircraft but, Airbus Military claims, a much improved....More
in Ares Apr 19, 2013

France Had Tiger, Now Has Tiger HAD

The first production Tiger in the HAD attack configuration was delivered today by manufacturer Eurocopter to the French army which will test it for....More
in Ares Feb 27, 2013

First A400M Delivery 2nd Quarter Only

France will not receive its first A400M until the second quarter of this year instead of next month as was originally planned, Tom Enders, CEO of....More

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