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
Bell Adjusts TH-XX Plans To Assemble In Alabama 
Bell says it will use its Ozark, Alabama, facility for final assembly of the Bell 407 single-engine light helicopter should the aircraft be selected for the U.S. Navy’s TH-XX Advanced Helicopter Trainer requirement.
Bell Adjusts TH-XX Plans To Assemble In Alabama 
Bell says it will use its Ozark, Alabama, facility for final assembly of the Bell 407 single-engine light helicopter should the aircraft be selected for the U.S. Navy’s TH-XX Advanced Helicopter Trainer requirement.
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MBDA Takes A Family Approach For British Miniature Standoff Missile 
The Spear 3 engineering team has been challenged by the environment and volume of the F-35’s weapons bay.
Switzerland’s Rega Testing Search And Rescue UAV 
Swiss helicopter operator Rega is exploring the use of rotary-wing unmanned air systems to support search and rescue (SAR) missions.
Switzerland’s Rega Testing Search And Rescue UAV 
Swiss helicopter operator Rega is exploring the use of rotary-wing unmanned air systems to support search and rescue (SAR) missions.
Dassault Plans Sale Of SABCA Shares 
Groupe Dassault is looking to sell its majority stake in Belgian aerospace firm SABCA.
Dassault Plans Sale Of SABCA Shares 
Groupe Dassault is looking to sell its majority stake in Belgian aerospace firm SABCA.
Bristow Edges Closer To Chapter 11 
Offshore helicopter operator Bristow Group says it has reached agreements with lenders to delay debt repayments as the company fights to stave off bankruptcy.
Bristow Edges Closer To Chapter 11 
Offshore helicopter operator Bristow Group says it has reached agreements with lenders to delay debt repayments as the company fights to stave off bankruptcy.
Spain Planning New Training Fleet 
The Spanish government has approved an uptick in its budget for the Spanish air force’s planned purchase of a new training aircraft.
THAAD Heading For European Deployment 
The U.S. Army is to deploy a THAAD system into Romania, where it will temporarily take over missile defense duties from the Aegis Ashore system located there.
Switzerland’s Alpine Fighter Assessments Begin  2
Ground and flight tests will pit aircraft and sensors against Swiss requirements for a Hornet and Tiger replacement.
Aero Vodochody Reveals Financial Challenges 
The Czech airframer says it is committed to completing development and delivering its new L-39NG jet trainer despite financial difficulties.
Aerospace Welcomes Brexit Postponement 
Britain’s aerospace industry has cautiously welcomed the European Union’s approval to postpone the UK’s exit from the EU by six months.
Aerospace Welcomes Brexit Postponement 
Britain’s aerospace industry has cautiously welcomed the European Union’s approval to postpone the UK’s exit from the European Union by six months.
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