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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
Europe Urged To Prepare For Automated Aerial Refueling 
The European Defense Agency (EDA) is urging member states to begin developing requirements for automated aerial refueling (AAR).
Russia Pushes MiG-35 To African Nations 
Russia’s RAC MiG says it is marketing the export version of its MiG-35 fighter aircraft to African countries.
Romania Deploys Helicopters To Mali 
The Romanian Air Force has deployed four IAR330 Puma helicopters in support of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Mali.
UK, France Still At Odds Over FC/ASW Missile 
France wants a weapon capable of high-supersonic speeds while the UK would prefer a subsonic weapon with low-observable attributes. Without an agreement, industry officials question whether the FC/ASW studies will be able to proceed.
GKN Unveils RTM-Made Demo Tool For Wing Spars 
GKN Aerospace says it has designed, manufactured and delivered a midscale demonstrator tool to support the development of a composite wing spar for Airbus’ Wing of Tomorrow program.
European Missile Research Paves Way For Collaborative Weaponry 
MBDA’s Anglo-French missile programs are benefitting from joint industry, academic technology research.
Lilium Achieves Transition And Speed Milestones  1
Flight testing of the five-seat electric vertical takeoff and landing platform is proceeding apace at the Oberpfaffenhofen airfield near Munich.
Lilium Achieves Transition, Speed Milestones 
Flight testing of the five-seat electric vertical takeoff and landing platform is proceeding apace at the Oberpfaffenhofen airfield near Munich.
Lithuania Buying Six Black Hawks 
Lithuania has become the latest Eastern European country to select the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk for its rotary-wing requirements.
UK Forming Mobile Counter-Drone Capability 
The UK is looking at creating a mobile national counter-drone capability to respond to “challenging drone security incidents” such as the shutdown of London’s Gatwick airport around the 2018 Christmas holiday.
UK Forming Mobile Counter-Drone Capability 
The UK plans to look at the creation of a mobile national counter-drone capability to respond to “challenging drone security incidents” such as the shutdown of London’s Gatwick Airport last December.
UK Forming Mobile Counter-Drone Capability 
The UK plans to look at the creation of a mobile national counter-drone capability to respond to “challenging drone security incidents” such as the shutdown of London’s Gatwick Airport last December.
Volocopter, Skyports Reveal Voloport Vision 
German urban air taxi developer Volocopter has shown off its vision for an urban air mobility terminal.
Volocopter, Skyports Reveal Voloport Vision 
German urban air taxi developer Volocopter has shown off its vision for an urban air mobility terminal.
Kopter, KAI To Cooperate On SH09 
Switzerland’s Kopter Group and KAI have agreed to cooperate on marketing, sales and potential assembly of Kopter’s SH09 single-engine light helo in South Korea.

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