Air International 2021-12
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Some of Norway’s F-16 fleet will likely find a buyer in the international market, while other airframes will be scrapped
The RAND report has studied the potential threats to the UK’s sovereign air mobility fleet, suggesting that alternative solutions will have to be found for operations in permissive environments
Emirates’ first A380, A6-ODA, completed 6,319 flights with the airline between August 2008 and March 2020
The Eurofighter multi-role fighter, pictured here in UK RAF livery during Exercise Saif Sareea III in Oman, has been an export success in the Middle East region
Etihad’s Boeing 787 Greenliner tests ways of reducing climate impact
Ireland’s AerCap is now the industry’s largest lessor
Norse Atlantic Airways is among the airlines to have leased Boeing 787s from AerCap
Northrop Grumman stated that the agreements with Korean aerospace and defence businesses will enhance interoperability with existing Republic of Korea systems
The RC-135W Rivet Joint is a key element of the RAF’s ISTAR capability
India’s P-8I fleet, seen here participating in exercise RIMPAC 18, are uniquely configured with a magnetic anomaly detector, unlike other operators of the type
The Kuwaiti Eurofighters will be the most advanced of their type and will feature upgraded sensors, including radar
Airbus’ CFM LEAP-1A-powered A319neo is testing 100% sustainable aviation fuel flights
The KC-46A, known as Pegasus in US service, is a mainstay for the US Air Force’s aerial refuelling capability