Monday, June 21, 2021

Topic: trainer

Belarus confirms Russian-made Yak-130 jet crashed

The Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Belarus confirmed Wednesday morning local time that a Russian-made Yak-130 jet trainer has crashed. Two pilots died when a training...

Two U.S. Navy training aircraft collide in mid-air in Texas

The Chief of Naval Air Training has confirmed that two T-45 Goshawk training aircraft from Training Squadron 22 collided in mid-air in Ricardo, Texas, at approximately 11:00...

South Korea, Thailand reach agreement on additional T-50TH trainer jets

South Korean media on Apr. 23, reported that Korea Aerospace Industries, or KAI, and the Thailand government have reached an agreement on the next batch of T-50TH...

U.S. Air Force to upgrade its T-6A Texan II primary trainers

The U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Trainers Branch is looking for contractors that may be capable and willing to develop, deliver and integrate a comprehensive...

Taiwan makes progress at Brave Eagle jet trainer project

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense has provided an update on development activities for the first countries' indigenous advanced jet trainer (AJT) program, also known as Yung Yin...

Boeing begins production of newest T-7A aircraft

This month, American plane-maker Boeing started assembly on a U.S. Air Force’s all-new advanced trainer aircraft calls the T-7A Red Hawk at its factory in St. Louis,...

U.S. Air Force T-38 trainer aircraft crashes and burns in Alabama

A U.S. Air Force Northrop T-38C Talon trainer aircraft crashed in a wooded area about 15 miles southwest of Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM/KMGM), Montgomery, Alabama on Friday,...

British Royal Air Force awards contract to Aeralis for modular aircraft

British startup called Aeralis was selected to build the Royal Air Force's future modular aircraft. The contract award from Royal Air Force’s Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO) enables the...

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