Updated On: 21.02.23
2012-02 Italian Air Force: The second Alenia Aermacchi T-346A aircraft was delivered from the factory in Venegono Superiore to the Pratica di Mare Air Base, where the Experimental Flying Wing (RSV) will conduct tests prior to its operational deployment. Once the evaluation is complete, the first two T- 346As will be operated ··»
2012-02 Afghan Air Force: US cancelled a USD $355 million contract for 20 Embraer EMB-314 (A-29) Super Tucano aircraft, three ground-training devices and three years of support to Sierra Nevada Corporation. These light attack aircraft is to be used to train Afghan Air Force pilots as well as to provide close air ··»
2012-01 Training Incidents: An Indian Air Force Kiran HJT-16 trainer jet crashed into a lake at Iyyancherry in Urapakkam, 30km south of Chennai. The jet took off from Tambaram Air Force Station earlier. Wing Commander C. G. Deepak suffered severe injuries to the legs when his parachute got caught in a ··»
2011-11 Aermacchi M-346 Master: The pilot lost control of the M-346 CM.X615 (Prototype 001) Advanced Jet Trainer shortly after taking off and it crashed into the sea three nautical miles from Palm Deira, Dubai, UAE. The two pilots ejected and both were picked up by the rescue crew. The M-346, piloted by ··»
2011-05 Indonesian Air Force: Indonesian Air Force ordered 16 T-50 Jet Pilot Training Aircraft to replace their aging Hawk Mark 53 Jet Trainer with first batch of which are expected to be delivered in 2013.
2011-04 Indian Air Force: A developmental model of an Intermediate Jet Trainer, HAL HJT-36 Sitara, crashed yesterday in the Tamil Nadu region, Southern India. Group Captain Mathur of HAL and co- pilot, Wing Commander Patra of Aircraft and Systems Testing Establishment (ASTE) ejected to safety. The aircraft is scheduled to enter Indian ··»
2010-11 Philippine Air Force: PAF purchased of 18 brand-new four-seater Alenia Aermacchii SF-260FH trainer planes from Alenia Aermacchii of Italy. The first four arrived at Air Force City in Clarkfield, Pampanga, Philippines.
2010-07 Indian Air Force: Jul 2010 India Update: BAE Systems (UK) won a $700 million contract to supply India with 57 BAE Hawk Mark 132 Advanced Jet Trainers (AJT) to be built under license by HAL in Bangalore. Delivery for all the 57 will be delivered by 2016. The Defence Ministry 40 ··»