Other News for Hawker Siddeley HS.748

  • Indian AEW programme nears first flight

    Embraer is aiming to have the first flight of an ERJ-145 that it is modifying for an indigenous Indian airborne early...

  • India confirms ERJ-145 platforms for indigenous AEW&C programme

    India has signed a deal for three Embraer ERJ-145s ...

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  • Qinetiq, ETPS poised to fly newly acquired RJ100

    News | 16 Jan 2012 16:09 | Craig Hoyle

    Asset management firm Falko has sold an Avro RJ-series aircraft to UK firm Qinetiq which it will begin operating in the first quarter of this year. To...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Qinetiq-ETPS-poised-to-fly-newly-acquired-RJ100-366970/
  • Indian AEW programme nears first flight

    News | 11 Nov 2010 07:06 | Siva Govindasamy

    Embraer is aiming to have the first flight of an ERJ-145 that it is modifying for an indigenous Indian airborne early warning and control system payload in the first half of 2011, and plans to deliver it by the end of the year.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Indian-AEW-programme-nears-first-flight-349554/
  • India confirms ERJ-145 platforms for indigenous AEW&C programme

    News | 11 Jul 2008 09:00 | Siva Govindasamy

    India has signed a deal for three Embraer ERJ-145s ...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/India-confirms-ERJ-145-platforms-for-indigenous-AEWC-programme-225218/
  • Indian aerospace - HAL: partners wanted

    News | 23 Jan 2001 00:00

    <p>With Aero India 2001 set to take place in Bangalore on 7-11 February, Hindustan Aeronautics is changing strategy</p> <p>Chris Jasper/BANGALORE</p> <p>With Indian defence commitments showing little sign of declining, state aerospace manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics might be forgiven for planning a future strategy based around the offset work which has served it so well in the past. Licensed production of foreign aircraft types - together with the upgrade programmes needed to keep the aircraft effective - has long been the mainstay of HAL's workload, giving it a firm base from which to develop indigenous aircraft of various applications, again for the home military market. </p> <p>Yet HAL plans to abandon this established way of doing business, with the aim of moving away from reliance on government programmes, deepening its civil manufacturing capabilities and - most importantly - entering into future programmes only on a "co-production" basis. Moreover, as a co-producer, state-http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Indian-aerospace-HAL-partners-wanted-125081/
  • HAL discusses regional aircraft production links

    News | 04 Mar 1998 00:00

    <p>Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) is discussing with aircraft manufacturers a co-production tie-up on a turboprop regional aircraft and, later, a similar link for a 100 seat airliner, to meet expected demand for over 200 such aircraft in India over the next 10 years. </p> <p>HAL chairman Dr Krishnadas Nair says that the efforts are part of the company's drive to take a greater role in civil aerospace, and that initial discussions have been held with Aero International (Regional), Bombardier and, before its decision to leave the regional market, Saab Aircraft about a link on the production of an existing 50-70 seat aircraft. </p> <p>The possibility of ATR 42/72 production was raised during a recent visit to New Delhi by French president Jacques Chirac. For the jet requirement, Nair says that discussions are being held with several manufacturers, including Airbus Industrie, Boeing and IPTN. </p> <p>The company has previously established straightforward licence production deals with civilhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/HAL-discusses-regional-aircraft-production-links-33858/
  • Australia signs up Rockwell to update transports

    News | 02 Jul 1996 23:00

    <p>AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE Department has signed with Rockwell Australia for an $A20 million ($15.8 million) avionics upgrade of the Royal Australian Air Force's Lockheed C13OH, Boeing 707 and Hawker Siddeley HS748 fleets. The purchase is part of a project to supply global-positioning systems (GPS) throughout the Australian Defence Force. </p> <p>Rockwell will supply its Collins FMS 800 flight-management system. This incorporates its 900G control/display unit, which includes an embedded redundant GPS. Cockpit integration will provide an interface with the aircraft's Litton LTN92 ring-laser-gyro inertial-navigation systems. </p> <p>Rockwell will be responsible for all design, integration, flight-testing and spares support. Progressive installation will begin in July 1997, with the project due for completion in August of that year. </p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Australia-signs-up-Rockwell-to-update-transports-12471/