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Virus adds new twist to Denel survival fight

Posted 20 August 2020

South Africa’s Denel is in the midst of a transformation programme to restructure itself into a profitable company after years of shrinking defence budgets and alleged corruption – and the coronavirus pandemic certainly hasn’t helped.

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Denel appoints Talib Sadik as interim Group Chief Executive

Posted 19 August 2020

The Board of Denel has appointed Mr Talib Sadik as Denel's interim Group Chief Executive.

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Future of AHRLAC secured

Posted 19 August 2020

Paramount Aerospace Industries Proprietary Limited (Paramount Aerospace Industries), part of the Paramount Aerospace and Technology Group, announced today that the Business Rescue Plans of the Aerospace Development Corporation Proprietary Limited (ADC),

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Tons of problems for the SAAF

Posted 5 August 2020

The South African Air Force has (quietly) celebrated its centenary against backdrop of worries that it is in “dire straits”.

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Dassault Aviation keeps faith with its innovative strategy

Posted 24 July 2020

"Our strategy remains unchanged" - despite the effects of the crisis - "which are likely to be long-lasting as numerous economic sectors are impacted", announced Dassault Aviation CEO, Eric Trappier

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Phantom wing finally re-equipped with F-16s

Posted 24 July 2020

Egyptian and US military officers gathered at the formal re-opening of the fighter brigade at Cairo West Airport, which now operates the Block 52 F-16C/D.

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Morocco confirms order for 24 Apache helicopters

Posted 26 June 2020

Morocco has confirmed an order for 24 AH-64E Apache attack helicopters making the North African country the 17th nation to operate the type. The deal is valued at $4.25 billion.

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Massive boost for Moroccan armed forces

Posted 12 June 2020

The Moroccan Government is expected to procure transport aircraft, helicopters, multirole fighters, submarines, missile defence systems, frigates, and armoured vehicles, as the country’s 2020 finance bill increases the kingdom’s national

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Tunisian National Guard forms air unit

Posted 5 June 2020

The Tunisian National Guard has formed an air unit equipped with three Bell 429 GlobalRanger helicopters, and this has now been declared operational, writes Jon Lake.

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Senegal Air Force takes its first new KAI trainer

Posted 3 June 2020

The Senegal Air Force has taken delivery of its first two KAI KT-1 turboprop trainers, giving the Korean manufacturer its first African customer.

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Victims of the battle for Tripoli

Posted 2 June 2020

The no-fly zone over Libya has already claimed victims, writes Jon Lake.

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Tactical Texans fit Tunisia to a T

Posted 21 May 2020

The announcement by US State Department that it has approved a possible $234 million foreign military sale (FMS) of 12 Textron Aviation Beechcraft T-6C Texan II trainers to Tunisia will undoubtedly lead to an improved relationship between the two

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Rolls-Royce announces up to 9000 job losses

Posted 20 May 2020

Rolls-Royce announced this morning that it will lose up to 9,000 jobs as it addresses the change in demand following the collapse of the aviation industry due to Covid-19

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Lockheed Martin accelerate more payments to supply chain

Posted 20 May 2020

Lockheed Martin will again accelerate payments of US$300m to small critical suppliers. Nicolas Jouan, Aerospace and Defence Analyst at GlobalData offers his view on Lockheed’s decision.

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Leonardo’s new jet trainer certified and ready for the global market

Posted 13 May 2020

The latest military trainer designed with African air forces as a target has been certificated by Italy's (Directorate for Air Armaments and Airworthiness), the Italian Ministry of Defence’s Certification

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Nigeria's fleet path to fight terror

Posted 12 May 2020

Nigerian Air Force commander, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, talks to Alan Warnes about modernising the force’s capabilities while, simultaneously, fighting Boko Haram terrorists.

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Togo modernises in slow motion

Posted 5 May 2020

The rapid degradation of the security panorama in neighbouring Burkina Faso has served as a catalyst for a limited aircraft procurement effort by Togo. But, as Erwan de Cherisey reports, air force modernisation can be a slow, and often uphill, journey.

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Chad missile accident causes five deaths

Posted 20 April 2020

A missile accidently fired from a Chadian military jet as it was preparing for takeoff hit a house near the base, killing at least five civilians.

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Airbus achieves world’s first fully automatic refuelling contacts

Posted 20 April 2020

Airbus has achieved the first ever fully automatic air-to-air refuelling (A3R) operation with a boom system.

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First Nigerian Air Force A-29 Super Tucano light attack aircraft completes inaugural flight

Posted 18 April 2020

Embraer Defence & Security and Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has announced the first of 12 A-29 Super Tucano light attack, combat and reconnaissance aircraft for the Nigerian Air

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Horizon Technologies secures new FlyingFish orders

Posted 1 April 2020

Horizon Technologies has secured a £500+K order for an undisclosed quantity of FlyingFish SIGINT systems from a Sub-Saharan African country.

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Adaptable A-Darter homes in on its first production orders

Posted 13 March 2020

A type certificate has been granted for the South African/Brazilian Denel V3E A-Darter infrared homing short-range air-to-air missile (SRAAM), marking the conclusion of the missile’s development, qualification and

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Grob lands African ‘first’ with delivery to Ethiopia

Posted 11 March 2020

Late last year, H3 Grob Aircraft completed the delivery of a first batch of Grob G 120TPs to the Ethiopian Air Force. As African Aerospace was going to press, a second batch was expected to be delivered to fulfil the EAF’s requirement for

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Denel at advanced stage of exiting aerostructures business

Posted 9 March 2020

As part of its efforts to restructure its business, exit from non-core entities and find new markets for its defence and high-tech products and services, Denel is currently at an advanced stage to exit and wind up its

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Icarus-X Caravan set to take off in east Africa

Posted 9 March 2020

Belgium’s H3 Defence Solutions was showing off its Cessna 208 Caravan demonstrator – dubbed Icarus-X – at the Dubai Airshow in mid-November. Alan Warnes explains why the aircraft is very much a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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Spartans boost Zambia and Kenya

Posted 3 March 2020

The Leonardo C-27J Spartan is about to enter full operational service with two new African air force operators. Jon Lake reports.

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$1.8bn Russian fighter deal for Algeria

Posted 24 February 2020

A $1.8 billion order for 30 Russian aircraft will take Algeria’s fighter fleet numbers up to 74 – sufficient for six squadrons. Jon Lake reports.

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USAF C-130 supports Flintlock 2020

Posted 20 February 2020

A United States Air Force (USAF) C-130J Super Hercules aircraft and Airmen assigned to the 37th Airlift Squadron, 86th Airlift Wing, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, deployed to Senegal and Mauritania to support and participate in Flintlock 2020, the annual

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Beechcraft King Air 350ERs begin maritime patrol duties

Posted 19 February 2020

Leonardo has revealed that two Beechcraft King Air 350ERs, equipped as Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA), have gone into service with an African Navy following their delivery by the Company, which acted as prime contractor and

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Denel on the front foot after Fitch rating

Posted 12 February 2020

Denel’s efforts to restructure its business and implement a comprehensive turnaround plan, have been given a boost following the recent decision by Fitch Ratings in London to affirm its long-term rating and to assign it “stable outlook” status.

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Airbus C295 successfully performs wet contacts as a tanker

Posted 29 January 2020

The Airbus C295 tactical airlifter has successfully achieved its first wet contacts during an air-to-air (AAR) tanker flight test campaign.

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Developing 3D printing capability for the defence and aerospace sector

Posted 17 January 2020

BAE Systems and Renishaw have signed an agreement to work together on the development of additive manufacturing capability for the defence and aerospace sector, designed to help improve performance, reduce

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Paramount Group supports Draken’s Mirage F1 upgrades

Posted 16 January 2020

Paramount Aerospace Systems (a Paramount Group subsidiary) has provided upgrade and engineering support for Draken International’s regenerated Mirage F1s.

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Burkina Faso reinforces its military transport capabilities

Posted 16 December 2019

The Ministry of Defence of Burkina Faso has placed a firm order for one Airbus C295 military airlifter.

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Leading companies in Internet of military things, revealed by GlobalData

Posted 27 November 2019

The global internet of military things (IoMT) market is forecast to grow to $317.8bn by 2023, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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Kenya Air Force selects AbuDhabi's GAL

Posted 21 November 2019

Kenya's Ministry of Defence has selected Global Aerospace Logistics (GAL) – part of the new Abu Dhabi-based Edge Group to provide maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to the Kenya Air Force.

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Combat pilot Mfeka is a SAAF history-maker

Posted 21 November 2019

The South African Air Force (SAAF) now has its first black female combat pilot, writes Jon Lake.

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Aircraft boost for Madagascar

Posted 13 November 2019

The Madagascar Air Force received a boost in June with the arrival of a batch of new aircraft to bolster its small inventory. Erwan de Cherisey report.

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NAF breaths new life into Albatros

Posted 5 November 2019

Nigeria’s continuing counter-insurgency campaign against Boko Haram is the driving force behind a further small increase in the capabilities of its air force. Alan Dron reports.

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Congolese Air Force cargo plane crashes

Posted 14 October 2019

An Antonov An-72 transport plane operating for the Air Force of the Democratic Republic of the Congo crashed near Punia last week.

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French make first airdrops with A400M in African mission

Posted 1 October 2019

The French Armed Forces General Staff has announced that two test airdrops have been successfully carried out by one of the French forces’ 15 A400M under the supervision of the Centre d’expertise aérienne militaire

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Paramount Group’s Mbombe 4x4 meets NATO STANAG 4569

Posted 18 September 2019

Paramount Group has announced that the Mbombe 4x4, the newest addition to its advanced Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) family of vehicles, has received final certification for the independently verified blast tests which exceeded

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Galaxy still out of this world

Posted 28 August 2019

The US Air Force’s Lockheed C-5 Galaxy remains a stalwart of airlift operations to and from Africa, supporting deployments and delivering humanitarian assistance.

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AS365N Dauphins for Djibouti

Posted 19 August 2019

As part of an ongoing expansion programme, Djibouti’s small air arm, the Force Aérienne du Djibouti (FAdD, Djibouti Air Force), has taken delivery of four newly refurbished AS365N Dauphins.

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Twin giants square up for Herculean task

Posted 8 August 2019

With most African countries ignoring the more expensive C-130J Hercules, both the Leonardo C-27J and Airbus C295 are now battling it out for tactical airlift supremacy in Africa. Alan Warnes looks at the state of play and the status of the North

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Man with a mission to modernise

Posted 26 July 2019

When Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar was appointed as the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) chief of air staff in July 2015, only 50% of his aircraft were serviceable. In one of his first speeches, he said he wanted “effective and efficient capacity building” and training

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Paramount forges top level ties with Saudi

Posted 5 July 2019

Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) and South Africa’s Paramount Group, have signed a high-level defence collaboration agreement, in step with Saudi Arabia’s vision for the creation of an integrated defence industrial ecosystem.

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Nigerian Air Force starts intensive K-9 unit training with Paramount Group

Posted 27 June 2019

Military personnel from the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) this week commence intensive training in South Africa to qualify as highly specialised Canine Unit (K-9 Unit) operatives.

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Why are the Cobras not striking?

Posted 20 June 2019

Issues are arising surrounding the Kenya Air Force (KAF) Bell AH-1F Cobra attack helicopters, writes Jon Lake.

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Equatorial Guinea continues air force expansion

Posted 18 June 2019

The air force branch of the Equatorial Guinea Guardia Nacional (National Guard) has continued its expansion, writes Jon Lake.

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Cameroon gears up for counter-insurgency campaign.

Posted 14 June 2019

The Armée de l’Air du Cameroun (Cameroon Air Force) is undergoing a major re-equipment programme, although the US halted assistance in February 2019 amid reports of gross violations of human rights by Cameroon’s security

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Tunisia completes Black Hawk purchase from US

Posted 11 June 2019

The US Army’s Security Assistance Command (USASAC) has completed the delivery of a $338 million foreign military sales (FMS) package of eight Sikorsky UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters and associated training and support to Tunisia, writes Jon

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Dogged determination to counter terrorism

Posted 4 June 2019

African air force commanders met with US Air Force and State Department leaders at the eighth annual Air Forces Africa (AFAFRICA) symposium in Morocco. Jon Lake reports.

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Egypt gets extra bite with the ‘Nile Crocodile’

Posted 29 May 2019

The Kamov Ka-52 ‘Nile Crocodile’ helicopter has officially entered service with the Egyptian Air Force. Jon Lake reports.

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MiG game in Africa

Posted 17 May 2019

The Russian Aircraft Corporation (RAC) MiG company is hoping that new variants will repeat the success of the original MiG-29 in Africa. Jon Lake reports.

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Ghana’s air force in a class of its own

Posted 8 May 2019

The Ghana Armed Forces have a small but capable air force. The key to its success is training, as Patrick Dirksen and Frank Mink found out during a recent visit.

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Mauritania goes for second Basler

Posted 15 March 2019

It looks like Mauritania is about to receive a second Basler turbo-Dak intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft, writes Jon Lake.

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Rwanda closes in on medevac Caravan

Posted 6 March 2019

A US Air Force (USAF) notification, issued on September 20, revealed that Rwanda is to receive two new aircraft to be used for medical evacuation and light transport missions during international peacekeeping operations throughout Africa.

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Tanzania takes delivery of new helicopters

Posted 28 February 2019

Tanzania is understood to have taken delivery of four Airbus Helicopters Cougar and Super Cougar transport helicopters, writes Jon Lake.

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Airbus showcases full spectrum of product and services at Aviation Africa

Posted 26 February 2019

From commercial aircraft and helicopters to unmanned aerial systems and satellite imaging, Airbus is showcasing the full spectrum of its business, products and services in Africa at this year’s Aviation

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Airbus certifies A400M Cargo Hold Tanks refuelling unit

Posted 21 February 2019

Airbus has successfully completed the certification flight tests for the A400M Cargo Hold Tanks (CHT) refuelling unit, taking a new step towards the full certification of the aircraft for air-to-air refuelling operations as a

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Kenya takes ex-Emirati Fennecs for anti-insurgency ops

Posted 21 February 2019

The Kenya Air Force (KAF) has taken delivery of nine Eurocopter AS550 Fennec light helicopters from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), writes Jon Lake.

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Russian sales rush is on

Posted 12 February 2019

African countries have traditionally provided a good market for Russian Helicopters, with more than 700 in active service across the continent. Now, as Jon Lake reports, the push is on to sell more.

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Embraer and SNC to deliver 12 A-29s to Nigerian Air Force

Posted 6 February 2019

Embraer Defense & Security and its partner Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) were awarded a contract to deliver 12 A-29 Super Tucano light attack aircraft to the Nigerian Air Force.

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Cameroon's eyes in the sky focus on Boko Haram

Posted 4 February 2019

Since May 2014, Cameroon has been battling the terrorist organisation known colloquially as Boko Haram. Erwan de Cherisey takes a look at the country’s capabilities.

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Cambridge Pixel provides IFF radar processors to Tellumat for SAAF SSR upgrade

Posted 22 January 2019

Cambridge Pixel, a developer of radar display, tracking and recording sub-systems, is supplying its IFF (identification friend or foe) secondary radar processing and plot extraction technology to

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Ivory Coast joins the family of Airbus C295 operators

Posted 22 January 2019

The Ministry of Defence of Ivory Coast has signed a firm order for one C295 medium transport aircraft.

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Hawk helicopters pave the way for troops' rescue

Posted 5 December 2018

Jon Lake reports on a vital helicopter rescue mission near the Somali border with Kenya.

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New C-27 Spartan baseline configuration performs first flight

Posted 4 December 2018

The new C-27J Spartan baseline configuration— characterised by a brand new avionics system, new cockpit control panels and LED aircraft lights—completed its first flight yesterday at Leonardo’s Aircraft Division Turin

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Africa's arms race

Posted 30 November 2018

Many believe that Africa will be the big growth market for the global defence industry, thanks to burgeoning security requirements and vast oil and natural gas reserves. Jon Lake takes a look at the situation.

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Secret Spartans for Kenya

Posted 28 November 2018

Kenyan Treasury Secretary, Henry Rotich, has revealed the previously undisclosed acquisition of two or three Alenia C-27J Spartan tactical transport aircraft and an undisclosed number of Agusta Westland AW139 helicopters (thought to be four). Jon Lake reports.

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US angered by laser targeting of pilots

Posted 26 November 2018

US military pilots in Djibouti have reported being targeted by high-powered lasers – apparently from a nearby Chinese base. Alan Dron reports.

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No deal on lifting CAR arms embargo

Posted 22 November 2018

An arms embargo placed on the Central African Republic is to remain in place, blocking a proposed Chinese weapons package being delivered to the country’s forces.

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Botswana replaces crashed C212 with second-hand Airbus

Posted 16 November 2018

The Botswana Defence Force Air Wing has acquired a second-hand Airbus CAS C-212 light turboprop transport aircraft to replace one similar that crashed in 2017.

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Military gains for Indonesia in Africa

Posted 12 November 2018

Indonesia is making inroads into the African military transport market. Jon Lake reports.

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Threats and peace-keeping needs top of the shopping list

Posted 8 November 2018

Jon Lake looks at the reasons why Morocco is seeking new fighters and attack helicopters.

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Why the Mirage F1 is of Paramount importance

Posted 2 November 2018

Paramount Group, the South African-based global aerospace and defence company, has become the prime contractor for the maintenance, repair and modernisation of recently retired Mirage F1 supersonic multi-role fighter aircraft. David

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Marrakech Air Show: RAF Voyager makes show debut

Posted 30 October 2018

Aircrew from the Royal Air Force’s largest aircraft provided senior military leaders from across Africa with insights into Voyager’s capabilities and versatility at last week’s Marrakech Air Show.

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Tunisia and Saudi together for joint air defence exercises

Posted 4 October 2018

The Saudi Royal Air Force and the Tunisian Air Force are training together for the first time in a joint exercise in the North African country.,

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Two Antonov aircraft collide on the ground at Khartoum Airport

Posted 3 October 2018

Two military aircraft, an Antonov An-30 and an An-32, have collided on the runway at Khartoum International Airport, Sudan.

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Huey II simulators hunt for Kenya and Uganda

Posted 26 September 2018

The US Army is carrying out market research to find a contractor that can deliver a level 5 flight-training device (FTD) to Kenya, with a potential option for an additional Huey II FTD for the Republic of Uganda, writes Jon Lake.

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Angola orders C295s for maritime surveillance

Posted 21 September 2018

Angola has ordered three C295 transport aircraft from Airbus Defence and Space, writes Jon Lake.

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Paramount to work with Leonardo on weaponised M-345

Posted 20 September 2018

Leonardo and the Paramount Group are to evaluate the joint development of a weaponized configuration of M-345 jet trainer for the African market and will continue discussions over the future of the SF-260 programme and its logistic

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First Airbus C295 delivered to African operator for humanitarian operations

Posted 20 September 2018

Nairobi, Kenya-based DAC Aviation International has received its first Airbus C295 for humanitarian missions in North-East and Central Africa.

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South Africa’s President opens door on partnerships for defence as economic driver

Posted 19 September 2018

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa stressed the importance of the defence industry as he formally opened the 10th Africa Aerospace and Defence show at Waterkloof, Pretoria today.

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Partnerships progress in Senegal and New Jersey

Posted 17 September 2018

Two rounds of the African partnership flight (APF) programme were conducted in March and April 2018. Jon Lake reports on progress.

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Senegal steps in for light-attack L-39NG

Posted 11 September 2018

Aero Vodochody’s L-39NG jet trainer programme received a considerable boost in early April when the Senegal President, Macky Sall, announced a deal for four of the new generation classics. Alan Warnes reports.

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Diamond sparkles

Posted 4 September 2018

Diamond Aircraft set out to woo new buyers by undertaking a west African tour with two of its aircraft. David Oliver followed the mission’s progress.

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Rafale delays hold back the Wild Wolves progress

Posted 28 August 2018

Jon Lake reveals that it’s good news and bad news for Egypt’s Rafales.

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Farmageddon

Posted 20 August 2018

Mali is rapidly becoming a major terrorist focus point. Alan Warnes looks at what’s being done to combat the problem.

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The Paramount picture

Posted 10 August 2018

Sam Basch takes brief look at South Africa’s Paramount Group, which is headed by Ivor Ichikowitz, a man who seems to have the ability to see opportunities others often overlook and who continuously grows his innovative defence group across the air, land and sea domains.

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Hueys give Uganda's force uplift

Posted 28 June 2018

The Ugandan People’s Defence Force (UPDF) has received a useful boost to its vertical lift capabilities with the arrival of five refurbished Bell Huey II helicopters from US surplus stocks.

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ZAF remembers the Spartans

Posted 22 June 2018

The Zambian Air Force (ZAF) will substantially improve its transport capabilities with the arrival of two Leonardo C-27J Spartan tactical airlift aircraft.

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Air Force chief takes over as Civil Aviation Minister in Egypt

Posted 18 June 2018

Following a restructuring of the Egyptian government’s cabinet, Air Marshal Younes Al Masry has been appointed as the country’s Civil Aviation Minister.

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Cheetah purrfect for US private air force

Posted 14 June 2018

The most advanced fighter aircraft ever constructed in Africa is about to find a new lease of life on the other side of the world. Alan Dron reports.

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The mystery of Algeria’s ISR Gulfstreams

Posted 6 June 2018

Delays to the work on three special mission Gulfstreams 550s are causing the Algerian Air Force some real concerns. Alan Warnes reports.

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Ever ready for the fight against Boko Haram

Posted 31 May 2018

The Cameroonian Air Force (CAF) transport fleet is one of the most capable and serviceable in the region and provides a capability that has few equivalents throughout central Africa. Erwan de Cherisey looks at its history and current state of

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Sinai warnings extended due to flight safety concerns

Posted 28 May 2018

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) extended a security warning for the Egypt Sinai Peninsula to 25 November 2018 due to continuing concern for flight safety.

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Kenya turns to crop dusters to turbo charge its forces

Posted 23 May 2018

Kenya’s requirement for new light attack/armed intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft has been dogged by controversy. Jon Lake attempts to unravel a complicated situation.

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The rise and rise of Tanzania's Air Force

Posted 14 May 2018

Alan Warnes spotlights the origins of the Tanzanian Air Force Command and highlights an interesting mix of aircraft being flown.

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