The Royal Air Force has taken delivery of the 22nd Atlas C1 (A400M) transport aircraft, completing the delivery development & production phase.
The Royal Air Force and industry partners have carried out a world-first 100% sustainable fuel flight using a military aircraft of its size, and the first of any aircraft type in the UK.
The first world-class Protector aircraft has been accepted off-contract by the UK MOD from General Atomics-Aeronautical Systems-Inc (GA-ASI).
Typhoon fighter jets will be fitted with the world’s most advanced radar – part of a £2.35 billion investment at the Royal International Air Tattoo
Royal Air Force fighter pilots will face a new adversary when conducting combat training following the signing of a contract for the interim provision of a Red Air ‘aggressor’ service.
Under a new £80 million contract with Bristol-based Centreline, four BAe146 aircraft, will be replaced by two more sustainable aircraft to continue the UK’s global engagement.
RAF Marham have welcomed home the F-35B Lightnings of 617 Squadron from their deployment on HMS Queen Elizabeth as part of the Carrier Strike Group 21.
A Royal Parade, attended by His Royal Highness the Earl of Wessex, was held today at RAF Waddington to mark the retirement of the E-3D Sentry from RAF service.
RAF Lossiemouth welcomed their newest Poseidon MRA Mk1 Maritime Patrol Aircraft, ZP806, today.
The UK’s Chinook helicopters will be enhanced with state-of-the-art defensive systems, while the RAF’s C-17 Globemaster fleet will receive a software and hardware upgrade.