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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
Portugal Signs KC-390 Deal, As Hungary Shows Interest 
Government officials signed off on the €827 million ($916 million) contract with the Brazilian manufacturer in Evora, Portugal, on Aug. 22, paving the way for first deliveries in 2023.
UK Government Will ‘Look At’ Cobham Takeover 
British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace has reportedly told the founding family of British defense supplier Cobham that he will be looking into concerns about its takeover by a U.S. private equity firm.
Upgraded Brazilian AEW Jet Flies 
Embraer has completed the first flight of an upgraded version of the Brazilian Air Force's ERJ-145-based Airborne Early Warning radar aircraft.
Upgraded Brazilian AEW Jet Flies 
Embraer has completed the first flight of an upgraded version of the Brazilian Air Force's ERJ-145-based Airborne Early Warning radar aircraft.
New Typhoon Training System Eyes 2021 Debut 
Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) will field a new training system for the Eurofighter Typhoon that will allow the service to achieve its aim of a 50:50 live-synthetic blend of operational training.
Bell Secures Single-Engine IFR STC For Model 407GXi 
Bell has secured its single-engine Instrument Flight Rules spurs for its Model 407GXi helicopter, paving the way for the aircraft to compete in the U.S. Navy’s rotary-wing trainer competition.
Dornier 328 Turboprop Production Restart Planned For Germany 
Production of the Dornier 328 turboprop regional airliner looks set to be restarted in Germany.
Production Of A Refreshed Dornier 328 Turboprop To Restart In Germany 
Production of the Dornier 328 turboprop regional airliner looks set to be restarted in Germany.
First AGS Global Hawk Will Be Delivered This Year 
NATO says it plans to take delivery of the first UAV platforms of its long-delayed Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) system by year’s end.
Interest In Scottish Smallsat Launch Grows 
British smallsat launch company Orbex has been chosen to launch a demonstrator satellite from the planned Sutherland, Scotland, site in 2022.
Bahrain To Buy Patriot Batteries 
Bahrain has signed agreements to purchase Raytheon’s Patriot ground-based air and missile defense system.
A Multipronged Plan Takes Shape For Typhoon Capability Expansion 
Eurofighters are benefiting from upgrades provided through national, multinational and industrial approaches.
Startup Sees Fuel Cell Future For Regional Aviation  3
Startup already flying modified Piper Malibu on test flights in California.
Inventor Crosses Channel On Jet-Powered Hoverboard 
The French inventor of a jet-powered personal vertical takeoff and landing system has successfully flown across the English Channel.
Saab CEO Buskhe Stepping Down In 2020 
Hakan Buskhe will step down as CEO of Swedish aerospace company Saab early next year.

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