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Elbit Systems Introduces SuperVision – Another Step Toward the Cockpit ...

At the Paris Air Show 2015, Elbit Systems is launching 'SuperVision' - an innovative man-machine interface that could narrow the gap that F-35 helmet and displays have opened over current generation aircraft.

Additional M-346 trainers for the Italian Air Force

Finmeccanica-Alenia Aermacchi and ARMAEREO (Italian National Armaments Directorate) signed a contract worth 120 million Euros to provide the Italian Air Force with three additional T-346A advanced trainers. (The T-346A is the Italian variant of the M-346 Master).

Israel receives new M346 trainers from Italy

The first two Lavi advanced trainer M-346 produced for the Israeli Air Force (IAF) by the Italian company Alenia Aermacchi have been delivered yesterday to the Hatzerim Israeli Air Force Base in the Negev Desert.

First M-346 Lavie trainer for the Israel Air Force rolls out...

The first M-346 advanced trainer for the Israeli Air & Space Force was rolled out yesterday in a ceremony held at Alenia Aermacchi’s plant...

After 3 Months of Grounding, The Master is Airborne Again

Alenia Aermacchi has restarted flight tests of the M346 military jet trainer following the grounding of the aircraft after an accident in May. The...

Alenia Aermacchi Carves A Niche For a New Jet Trainer

Alenia Aermacchi offers the M-345 as a basic-advanced lightweight fast jet trainer with Life-Cycle Costs comparable to those of heavyweight turboprops. The company claims the jet-trainer provides much better training effectiveness over turboprop powered trainers, as it offers a real jet environment and real jet handling. With its flexibility and flying qualities, in particular at high operational speed, the aircraft allows significant “downloading” of flying hours from the advanced training phase.

Israel’s New Jet Trainer Could Cost More Than $60 Million per...

In July 2012 Israel has ordered 30 M346 jet trainers from the Italian company Aermacchi. At the time the procurement cost mentioned was $850 million, reflecting a flyaway cost of $28 million for 30 aircraft. The aircraft full life cycle cost is expected to almost triple this amount.

Singapore Orders 12 M346 Trainers to Replace TA-4SU

ST Aerospace has been selected to operate the Singapore Republic of Singapore Air Force's (RSAF) training in Cazaux, France. As the prime contractor for...

Singapore Formulates Requirements for New Advanced Training Jets

In the forthcoming years, the Singapore Air Force will be operating a formidable air force flying over 130 combat aircraft, half of which are...

Aerospace Systems at Defendory 2006

For obvious reasons, combat aircraft and advanced trainers were among the show's highlights. For the fighter program, General Dynamics, with the F-16 Block 52, Dasault...
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