Serbias army has taken delivery of four MiG-29 fighter jets from Belarus, joining six others delivered in October last year. "Under an agreement between Serbian President Alexandar Vucic and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus has given us fighter jets and we are very thankful to it for that," Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin said in an interview with the Serbian Politika daily on Sunday
Safran Helicopter Engines has received EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) engine type certification for its Ardiden 3C, the helicopter engine. Powering the Avicopter AC352, the engine has been jointly developed and built by Safran Helicopter Engines, Dongan and HAPRI, parts of the Aero Engine Corporation of China (AECC) consortium
Qatar has selected Safran RTM322 Engines for its 28 NH90 military helicopters, whose acquisition was announced on 14 March. They will be assembled in Bordes (France) and delivered to Airbus Helicopters facility in Marignane, where the NH90 tactical transport version (TTH) is assembled, and to the Leonardo Venice-Tessera facility in Northern Italy for integration with the naval (NFH) configuration
The PASEO XLR (eXtra Long Range) sighting system built by Safran Electronics & Defense has been chosen by Naval Group for France's new medium frigates (FTI). Five of these 4,000 ton ships will be delivered starting in 2023
India may ink a deal with Safran of France to deploy its M88 engine, which powers the Rafale fighter jet, in the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas. A deal to this effect is expected during the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Delhi on March 10, according to French newspaper LA Tribune
A Pakistani delegation visited Poland last week to discuss procurement of some 500,000-800,000 assault rifles in a requirement that could be worth US$2 billion. The potential of the acquisition and transfer of technology related to the production of small arms and ammunition was the main topic of talks between the board member of Maciej Lew-Mirski and the president of the Pakistan Ordnance Factory (POF), PGZ SA said in a statement last Friday
The PIPAA (Fuel Cells for Aerospace Applications) project aims to develop and qualify a fuel cell system for the electrical power supply of aircraft systems, particularly electric ground taxiing solutions, thus drastically reducing polluting emissions in airports. PIPAA aims to develop an autonomous on-board electrical power generation system for medium-haul aircraft and business jets, and to validate the entire hydrogen-power distribution and fueling chain on an airport platform
French firm MBDA has entered into global strategic partnership with Safran Australia as part of its bid for the Missile Moyen Portee (MMP) system anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) component being offered for the Australian Armys LAND 400 Ph 2 Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle (CRV) programme. According to the press release, Safran Electronics & Defense will play a key role in response to the Commonwealth of Australias Defence Industry Policy Statement to support the development of Australian sovereign industrial and strategic capability
Safran Helicopter Engines has launched a new online technical publications service Known as Web IETP (Interactive Electronic Technical Publications for its entire engine range. The main advantage of this new, user-friendly service is that it offers at any time the latest versions of each document
Safran has successfully completed the first ground run of the Arriel 2L2 engine that will power the new Korean civil and military helicopters, at its Bordes facility, beginning of June. The Arriel family was selected in 2016 to power the new Korean LCH (Light Civil Helicopter) and LAH (Light Armed Helicopter)
French firm Safran is likely to become a partner of India's Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL), which has floated a global request for information to manufacture engines to equip locally made multi-role helicopter. HAL might prefer Safran as its partner for helicopter engines as it had visited India last month to discuss the requirements, said Vijainder Thakur, a defense analyst and retired Indian Air Force squadron leader
Leonardo has been selected by Safran Electronics & Defense to provide the PicoSAR AESA (E-Scan) radar for its Patroller Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The radars will be used by the French Forces, which selected the Patroller in April 2016
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