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  • The Training Jet: a Necessary Step for Fighter Pilots

    Boeing and its partner Saab have just rolled out their new training jet: the T-X. It’s intended use is to train all future F-15, F-16 and F-35 US Air Force pilots. This will be a necessary step for all trainees.

  • Farnborough: Airbus slashes A380 production

    For the last professional day of the Farnborough Airshow, we’re going to highlight the A380 production slow-down, the Boeing centenary and some aircraft on site.

  • The Meeting of Giants: Air Tattoo in pictures

    The world’s biggest military airshow, the Royal International Air Tattoo, brought together some of the most astounding aircraft displays. Altogether, 230 aircraft were presented, of which the F-35, the F-22, the Rafale and the CV-22 Osprey. Watch this demonstration flight medley. Read the article.

  • Bell V-280 & F-35 at Farnborough Airshow

    The Farnborough Airshow , UK, will take place from the 11th to 17th July. This year some 200 aircraft will be on the ground and in the air. Of these, the long awaited F-35 and Bell V-280 Valor will be presented.

  • What is the weight of a fighter jet ejection seat?

    Fighter aircraft ejection seats first appeared in the 40’s, and since then have saved many lives. Their weight is an important factor, both during the ejection, and for the airplane’s performance.

  • The beginning of the "Made in Italy" F-35’s

    The first F-35 assembled in Italy has just undertaken its first flight, giving us the opportunity to look at the latest developments of this programme, the most expensive in US history.

  • Farnborough 2014: Offers awaiting orders

    We are already half-way through the Farnborough Airshow in the United Kingdom which has become the theatre of announcements and presentations of all kinds. Boeing began by launching an increased capacity 200-seater version of their 737 MAX 8.

  • F-35 costs now up to $ 400 billion !

    F-35 costs now up to $ 400 billion;


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