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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
NATO Turns Attention To Far East As Beijing’s Influence Reaches Europe 
As Beijing’s power begins to gain influence around the alliance’s soft underbelly, NATO is taking notice.
UK Adults Leery Of Drone Deliveries, Poll Shows 
The introduction of delivery service by drones is facing a challenge of human acceptance, according to surveys by the British Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
UK Adults Leery Of Drone Deliveries, Poll Shows 
The introduction of delivery service by drones is facing a challenge of human acceptance, according to surveys by the British Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Ecuador Orders H145 Helicopters From Airbus 
Ecuador has ordered six Airbus H145 twin-engine light helicopters for the country’s air force.
MTU, Safran Seal Agreement On FCAS Fighter Engine 
Germany’s MTU and France’s Safran say they have reached accords on the development of an engine for the fighter aircraft at the heart of the trinational European Future Combat Air System.
Romania Buying Additional F-16s 
Along with the acquisition of the five aircraft from surplus Portuguese stocks, the package also includes a modernization of the existing fleet mission computer system.
UK Adults Wary Regarding Drone Deliveries, Poll Shows 
The introduction of delivery service by drones is facing a challenge of human acceptance, according to surveys by the British Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
UAE Makes Precision-Guided Munitions Investments  1
Holding company EDGE brings two PGM developers under one roof, potentially leading to cooperation.
Indra To Lead PESCO Airborne Jamming Project 
Indra says the project will develop a podded jammer capable of operating in a wide frequency spectrum and providing jamming alone or in concert with other platforms in an escort role.
Britain Increasing Contribution To ESA 
Britain will invest £374 million ($483 million) with ESA over the next five years, helping secure its involvement in projects such as NASA’s Lunar Gateway, the Rosalind Franklin Mars Rover and programs to monitor climate change.
Pilatus PC-21 Chosen For Spanish Training Requirement 
Spain has chosen Pilatus’ PC-21 turboprop trainer to replace the air force’s fleet of CASA C-101 Aviojets, tender documents show.
Pilatus PC-21 Chosen For Spanish Training Requirement  1
Spain has chosen Pilatus’ PC-21 turboprop trainer to replace the air force’s fleet of CASA C-101 Aviojets, tender documents show.
Interoperability Focus Of $1B NATO E-3A Upgrade 
New communication systems and data links to improve interoperability are at the heart of a $1 billion upgrade to NATO’s fleet of Boeing E-3A Sentry airborne early warning aircraft.
P&W To Provide Power For New Russian Light Helo 
Pratt & Whitney Canada is to provide the powerplant for Russian Helicopters’ new VRT500 light helicopter.
Boeing Wins $1B Contract For NATO E-3A Upgrade 
Boeing has been awarded a $1 billion contract to upgrade NATO’s fleet of E-3A Sentry airborne early warning aircraft.

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