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Canada to buy seven more used F-18 Classic Hornets from Australia
The Government of Canada is reportedly purchasing additional used Australian F/A-18 A/B Classic Hornet fighter jets.
SNC and Embraer deliver four A-29 Super Tucanos to Lebanese Air Force
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) and Embraer Defense & Security have delivered four A-29 Super Tucano light attack aircraft to the Lebanese Air Force two months ahead of schedule.
Pratt & Whitney launches Growth Option 2.0 upgrade for F135 engine
United Technologies division Pratt & Whitney has launched the Growth Option 2.0 upgrade for its F135 engine, which is used to power the F-35 Lighting II joint strike fighter aircraft.
UK jets to conduct air policing mission in Iceland and Estonia
UK Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter jets will be deployed to Iceland and Estonia to carry out Nato Air Policing next year, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.
French DGA completes A400M’s in-flight refuelling trials with Rafale
The Directorate General of Armament’s (DGA) In-Flight Trials unit and the French Air Force’s Military Air Expertise Center (CEAM) have successfully completed in-flight refuelling trials on the A400M military transport aircraft with the Rafale multirole fighter jet.
USAF’s KC-46A Pegasus to begin flight tests at Edwards AFB
The US Air Force’s (USAF) KC-46A Pegasus military aerial refuelling aircraft is set to begin its flight tests from Edwards Air Force Base (AFB) to demonstrate its capability as a receiver aircraft.
UK’s first F-35B fighter jets arrive at RAF Marham ahead of schedule
The UK has received the first four fifth-generation F-35B Lightning II joint strike fighter jets at the Royal Air Force (RAF) Marham air station in Norfolk two months ahead of schedule.
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