Textron is modernising 100 advanced boresight equipment units on three types of helicopter.
Egypt signs integrated support contract with Airbus for its C295 fleet
The Egyptian Air Force (EAF) has signed a five-year integrated support contract with Airbus for the support of its C295 fleet.
The fleet comprises 24 aircraft, making the EAF C295 fleet the largest of its kind worldwide.
Airbus will provide integrated and performance-based services which ensure that all elements of support are available.
The provision of material services, on-site technical support and on-wing maintenance are included in the contract. This level of support will optimise fleet availability and mission readiness while reducing maintenance costs.
Airbus has provided support through a wide service portfolio with the highest quality technical and personnel resources since the delivery of the first aircraft to Egypt in 2011.
As part of our promise to deliver comprehensive coverage to our Defence Insight and Premium News subscribers, our curated defence news content provides the latest industry updates, contract awards and programme milestones.
European joint venture, a4ESSOR, passes formal acceptance test for its ESSOR HDR Base Waveform.
Rheinmetall has released a new generation of tactical trucks, the HX3.
The German Army has ordered 44 armoured engineering vehicles from Rheinmetall, to be delivered by 2029.
Ageing CH-53G helicopters are nearing 50 years in service with the German Air Force.
Norwegian DLO wants to establish a four-year framework agreement with a single operator to buy, repair and recycle tyres, tracks, belts and other materials used on Leopard 2, M113 and potentially CV90 vehicles.