Tony Osborne

London Bureau Chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Posts by Tony Osborne

in Ares Jul 24, 2015

Indian Air Force Arrives For Exercise Indradhanush

The Indian Air Force has arrived in the U.K. to take part in Exercise Indradhanush (Rainbow), a bilateral air and ground exercise which will see....More
in Ares Jul 15, 2015

Kawasaki P-1 Flies At Air Tattoo

Japan's Kawasaki P-1 makes its first flight rehearsals in readiness for the Royal International Air Tattoo....More
in Ares Jun 22, 2015

Bombers in Britain

B-52s and B-2s conduct “assuring and deterring” mission in Eastern Europe....More
in Ares May 11, 2015

NATO Tigers Head For Turkey

The most eastern of the Tiger Meets yet, this year’s event from May 4-16 was unfortunately also one of the smallest with just seven of the 23 regular....More
in Ares Apr 02, 2015

UAE’s Mysterious Airbase

Airfields are blossoming in the desert of the United Arab Emirates, with Google Earth revealing a new facility in the desert near the country’s....More
in Ares Mar 31, 2015

Operation Decisive Storm -- Air Power Over Yemen

A Saudi-led coalition of Middle Eastern and African states has started a major air campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen. We take a look at the air....More
in Ares Sep 15, 2014

Video: Fighting Falcons Over Greenland

The story behind the Royal Danish Air Force's stunning in-cockpit footage of F-16s over Greenland....More
in Things With Wings, Ares Aug 08, 2014

Lancasters United

The world's last two airworthy Avro Lancasters have reunited with the arrival of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's example in the U.K....More
in Ares Jul 14, 2014

A Greek Tragedy

While the Royal International Air Tattoo should have been the venue for the international debut of the F-35 Lightning II, it was also the final....More
in Ares Jul 03, 2014

Podcast: The F-35 Goes International

Our editors discuss the F-35’s deployment to the U.K., the evolution of Europe’s fighters in the face of competition and how those....More
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