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Messaggio da richelieu » 12 luglio 2012, 20:43

L'attuale situazione del mercato mondiale dei caccia viene esaminata da Robert Wall su "AW&ST" .....
Fighter Contenders See Multiple Export Opportunities

By Robert Wall - July 09, 2012

Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology

With India, Japan and Switzerland having made their fighter decisions, the market is starting to turn to smaller campaigns as aircraft makers look to build backlogs to sustain production lines that may otherwise be nearing their end.

Competitions in South Korea and Brazil still attract industry players, but after those, the list of buyers thins out to countries with more limited budgets seeking to buy smaller numbers. That means manufacturers are starting to pay attention even to small countries like Botswana, and its eventual F-5 replacement needs.

That is not to say the incentive to promote high-end offerings is diminishing. Being able to deliver the most advanced systems possible remains an issue of more than bragging rights. That has Eurofighter officials eager to show that they are finally making progress in the increasingly important realm of active, electronically scanned array technology, where the European consortium has been trailing rivals.

The first Captor-E is due to be delivered in the second quarter of 2012, says Bob Mason, vice president for radar marketing and sales at Selex Galileo, one of the partners in the Euroradar consortium. The first Typhoon with the radar will fly next year. Most of the work so far has been financed by industry. A government-funded development contract is now expected in 2013. Industry still hopes to be able to field the system in 2015, although delays in the government's financing of the development program means the in-service date could slip into 2016.

The repositioner, designed to maintain IFF (identification friend or foe) polarity and increase the pilot's field of regard using the sensor, and upgraded back end with increased processing are now coming together, Mason says. The development is “low- risk,” he asserts. The basic radar will have air-to-air, air-to-ground and synthetic aperture radar modes.

The radar is intended for Tranche 3A fighters, but could be retrofit on Tranche 2 aircraft as well.

Pressure is mounting on Typhoon for sales in export markets, having already failed in Japan, India and Switzerland. South Korea, where the Typhoon is squaring off against the Lockheed Martin F-35 and Boeing F-15 Silent Eagle, is seen as a long shot, given the strong U.S. military presence on the peninsula. Malaysia is seen as a potential buyer, and the consortium also still hopes to make inroads in the United Arab Emirates, which has been in on-again, off-again talks with France to buy the Rafale.

For the Saab Gripen, last year's win in Switzerland and the subsequent commitment by Sweden to buy 60-80 of the new model E/F-standard aircraft has provided a shot in the arm, but export successes globally have been few.

Brazil could provide an important test case, opening the door not just to a new market but potentially to an entire region. Brazil's decision has been delayed numerous times, but Eddy de la Motte, vice president for marketing of the Swedish fighter, notes that “we get the feeling it is the end game.”

Saab could deliver the first Gripen E/F (also called the NG) fighter four years after a contract award, but it is still unclear if that is the schedule Brasilia will insist on, or whether it will join the combined Swiss/Swedish Gripen E/F development schedule, which would see the first fighter handed over in 2018.

The first Gripen E/F prototype is due to fly late next year if the Swiss and Swedish governments can agree on the development path forward. The effort would likely require some funding from Saab, too.

Meanwhile, the Selex Galileo Raven ES-05 active, electronically scanned array radar is to fly on the Gripen NG demonstrator soon, at which time the cockpit displays and sensor will be put through their paces.

The Swedish government has an offer on the table for potential export buyers, to accelerate its purchase if another country wants the Gripen E/F early but does not want to be the lead buyer. That offer remains open, de La Motte says.

A win in Brazil could open the door to other fighter deals in South America, adds Frederik Gustafson, regional director for Gripen exports in the Americas. “There is a huge need for new fighters in the region and the economies are growing,” he told reporters on the sidelines of the Aerospace Forum Sweden 2012. There are more than a handful of countries that are looking to buy in the next five years, he added.

But that is not the only region where Saab is working to meet its target of selling 300 fighters over the next decade. In Thailand, were it has already sold 12 Gripens (six are delivered with six to follow next year), it is hoping for additional deals. Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia and, “in a couple of years” Vietnam may also offer opportunities, de La Motte says.

Efforts also continue to extend the fighter lease deal with the Czech Republic and secure orders in Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Slovakia. Gripen also still hopes to convince Denmark and the Netherlands to defect from the F-35A Joint Strike Fighter program.

This year, the Czech Republic is due to make a decision on whether it will extend the fighter lease beyond 2015. The Czech air force currently operates 12 single-seat and two dual-seat Gripens under a lease deal that expires in 2015. The goal is to complete negotiations this year on how to preserve fighter capability.

The leading candidate, preferred by the air force, is an extension of the lease deal with the Swedish government, with 5-, 10- and 20-year options being discussed (the 10-year option is seen as the most likely). A decision should be taken this year to allow time for a fall-back plan in case the lease deal does not materialize, says air force chief Brig. Gen. Jiri Verner.

Securing additional orders is critical not only for European manufacturers, seeing a potential end of their production lines in this decade in the absence of additional orders. Boeing is looking to both additional F/A-18 purchases by the U.S. and fighter export campaigns to sustain its two fighter production lines—the F-15 and F/A-18—beyond their currently expected lives.

The current multi-year program with the U.S. Navy runs until about 2015, but Dennis Muilenburg, CEO of Boeing Defense, Space & Security (DSS), sees scope for sales of additional EA-18Gs to the Pentagon to extend production. “We see an opportunity domestically for the joint electronic attack requirement,” he tells reporters. But whether there is enough demand for a fourth multi-year contract is unclear he notes.

While Muilenburg acknowledges that the existing backlog sees pressure on the F-15 and F/A-18E/F production lines in the 5-10-year time frame, he argues that both products have shown resilience and been able to extend their lives.

Several important decisions affecting exports loom in the coming months. Before year-end, Brazil is to announce its F-X2 fighter decision where the F/A-18E/F is competing against the Gripen NG and the Dassault Rafale. South Korea is also expected to make its choice between the F-15, Lockheed Martin's F-35 and the Typhoon.

Boeing also foresees more clarity to emerge on Australia's plans in the third quarter. That is when a decision is likely on the mix between the F-35s and F/A-18Fs and whether additional Super Hornet purchases will be made, says Mark Kronenberg, vice president- international business development at Boeing DSS. “I don't think they are going to walk away completely from the F-35, but the mix is a factor,” he argues.

Boeing sees Denmark as an opportunity for the F/A-18, as well as some nervousness among F-35 buyers that could generate opportunities, Kronenberg says.

The Middle East is viewed as another potential hot spot for deals, with Qatar and Kuwait seen as potential F/A-18E/F buyers. Kronenberg notes that “in Kuwait you are starting to see movement I had not seen two years ago.”

The United Arab Emirates might be an opportunity for Boeing, but Kronenberg sees that as an F-15 market.

Extending the production lines is vital for Boeing to maintain skills until future programs—FA-XX for the U.S. Navy and F-X for the U.S. Air Force—advance beyond the concept study phase. However, Muilenburg notes that skills will also be sustained through other efforts, including work in unmanned aircraft and the USAF's next-generation bomber effort.


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Il mercato dei caccia ..... due anni dopo .....
Ci illumina Bill Sweetman .....
Two factors are likely to dominate the fighter market that is accessible to Western-aligned manufacturers over the next decade.

The first could be termed “F-35 versus the world.”
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The second strategic factor is the combination of unit acquisition and operational cost and budgetary pressures.
Fonte ..... "Costly Fighters, Cash-Poor Customers Set Fighter Trends - Cost-pressured customers define fighter opportunities" .....
http://aviationweek.com/awin-only/costl ... ter-trends
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richelieu ha scritto:Il mercato dei caccia ..... due anni dopo .....
Ci illumina Bill Sweetman .....
The first could be termed “F-35 versus the world.”
Altri tempi... la S.V. ricorda bene questa storia, vero?

" When Trippe said, "If you build it, I'll buy it."
Allen replied, "If you buy it, I'll build it."
Trippe assured Allen he would buy the large passenger jets, thus getting the 747 project off the ground. "

Adesso il discorso sembra essere diventato...

"as we're trying to build them, then you must buy them"

...preferivo la Boeing... :(
Che le cose siano così, non vuol dire che debbano andare così. Solo che, quando si tratta di rimboccarsi le maniche e incominciare a cambiare, vi è un prezzo da pagare, ed è allora che la stragrande maggioranza preferisce lamentarsi piuttosto che fare.
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Valerio Ricciardi ha scritto:
Adesso il discorso sembra essere diventato...

"as we're trying to build them, then you must buy them"

...preferivo la Boeing...
:(
Potenza di LM ..... :mrgreen:
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Messaggio da richelieu » 27 novembre 2014, 8:27

Situazione attuale e prospettive future per gli 'Euro-Canard' alla luce della recente decisione di dotare finalmente l' Eurofighter di un radar AESA .....

Immagine
Last week was a pretty good one for two of Europe’s remaining fighter manufacturers, as the continent’s four Eurofighter nations at last committed real money to provide the Typhoon with a new-generation radar, and as Saab received strong and long-term backing from new customer Brazil.
Fonte ..... "OPINION: Typhoon radar deal to revive European dogfight" .....
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articl ... ht-406452/


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Messaggio da richelieu » 19 dicembre 2014, 9:07

Bilanci e prospettive ..... secondo l' AIA (Aerospace Industries Association) .....
Military Aerospace Sales Flat in 2014 .....

Autumn A. Arnett (12/19/2014)

Total military aerospace sales were flat in Fiscal 2014, at $87.3 billion, reported the Aerospace Industries Association on Dec. 17.
Space spending saw the biggest increase, rising $2.6 billion to $48.8 billion, while aircraft sales saw a marginal 0.8 percent increase, rising $420 million to $52.6 billion in 2014, reported AIA.
At the same time, missile sales dropped 4.1 percent to $19.9 billion.
As military exports continue to play a critical role in the industry’s profit margin, AIA found “strong growth of 9.2 percent in defense exports,” according to the year-end review and forecast.

http://www.aia-aerospace.org/research_r ... _forecast/

However, if sequestration-level funding returns in Fiscal 2016, the group projects the following cutbacks between by 2019: reducing one F-35 squadron, eliminating the KC-10 fleet, divesting the Global Hawk Block 40 fleet, divesting the Predator fleet, eliminating planned MQ-9 Reaper purchases in Fiscal 2018 and 2019, and taking $16 billion away from readiness accounts (including approximately $9 billion in depot/ship maintenance).
Procurement and research and development accounts also will be cut by a total of $86 billion between 2016-2019, according to the report.
At the 50th annual Year End AIA Luncheon held on Capitol Hill, AIA President and CEO Marion Blakey blasted the inefficiency of Congress and promised to “pound the pavement” to advocate both before Congress and the Executive Branch for policies more favorable to the industry, including the relegation of budget caps “to the dumpster of bad policy decisions.”
Fonte ..... il 'Daily Report' dell' AFA .....
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Messaggio da richelieu » 27 dicembre 2014, 10:01

Il 'Rafale' di fronte agli ormai sempiterni problemi di esportazione .....

Da una parte ..... si ostenta ottimismo .....

"Pourquoi le Rafale va s'exporter" .....
http://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-fin ... orter.html

"French Air Chief Confident on Rafale Exports" .....
http://www.c4isrnet.com/article/M5/2014 ... 312130025/

..... dall'altra ..... si comincia a temere l'ennesima delusione .....

"Et si Bercy faisait capoter la vente des Rafale et des frégates en Egypte ?" .....
http://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-fin ... gypte.html
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Messaggio da richelieu » 29 dicembre 2014, 10:20

Il punto dell'analista Richard Aboulafia ..... sulla situazione attuale e le prospettive future dell'industria aerospaziale .....

"Opinion: A&D (Aerospace & Defense) Mood Swing Benefits U.S. Sales" .....
http://aviationweek.com/defense/opinion ... s-us-sales

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Rafale, Mig-35, JF-17, Mirage 2000 d'occasione ..... l'Egitto di fronte ad una scelta difficile .....
News that Egypt may acquire the UAE's Mirage fighters is likely to scupper Pakistan's hopes of selling the JF-17, especially since Cairo is also reportedly negotiating for 20 Rafale fighters, and shown interest in the MiG-35.
However, brisk development of the JF-17 continues alongside sales efforts.
Fonte ..... "JF-17 Presses On After News of Egypt's Plans" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /22170455/
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Si riparla delle trattative in corso per un possibile acquisto, da parte dell'Egitto, di 24 caccia Rafale ..... trattative che si starebbero avviando alla conclusione con l'imminente firma di un contratto ..... ma con ancora un 'forse' .....
Dassault Aviation is poised to win its first export sale for the Rafale combat jet, thanks to Egypt –- maybe.
Under the terms of a deal first reported by French newspaper Les Echos Feb. 6 –- a contract that is still being finalized –- Cairo would buy up to 24 aircraft and a FREMM frigate for up to €5 billion ($6.8 billion).
Fonte ..... "Egypt Is Possible First Export Customer For French Rafale" .....
http://aviationweek.com/blog/egypt-poss ... nch-rafale


Inoltre .....

'Les Echos' ..... "Rafale en Egypte : accord entre Paris et Le Caire" .....
http://www.lesechos.fr/industrie-servic ... 091026.php

'La Tribune' ..... "Rafale et frégate FREMM : l'accord que la France a proposé à l'Egypte" .....
http://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-fin ... gypte.html
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Messaggio da richelieu » 9 febbraio 2015, 15:47

Putin va in visita in Egitto ..... ove, pare, sarà accolto con onori faraonici ..... :faroah:

"Russia's Putin to visit Egypt on Feb. 9-10 " .....
http://www.worldbulletin.net/news/15431 ... n-feb-9-10

La qual cosa mi porta a formulare un'ipotesi alquanto 'maliziosa' ..... :redhotevil:

E se il 'buon' Vladimir presentasse al paese arabo la classica offerta che non si può rifiutare ..... ad esempio ..... una trentina di caccia Su-35 a condizioni favorevolissime .....

Immagine

..... riuscendo in tal modo a fare lo sgambetto all'eventuale contratto relativo ai Rafale e vendicandosi, al tempo stesso, in modo clamoroso della mancata consegna, da parte della Francia, delle navi per operazioni anfibie classe Mistral ordinate dalla marina russa .....

Immagine

E si ..... i miei sono proprio pensieri maliziosi ..... :vamp:
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Messaggio da richelieu » 10 febbraio 2015, 18:51

Francia-Egitto ..... la trattativa continua .....

"Official: French-Egyptian Arms Talks Continue" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /23169239/

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Messaggio da MatteF88 » 11 febbraio 2015, 18:34

richelieu ha scritto:Francia-Egitto ..... la trattativa continua .....

"Official: French-Egyptian Arms Talks Continue" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /23169239/
Chissà se sono contenti gli israeliani... :roll: :mrgreen:

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Messaggio da richelieu » 11 febbraio 2015, 20:43

MatteF88 ha scritto:
richelieu ha scritto:Francia-Egitto ..... la trattativa continua .....

"Official: French-Egyptian Arms Talks Continue" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /23169239/
Chissà se sono contenti gli israeliani ... :roll: :mrgreen:
Ufficialmente ..... sicuramente no .....
Al tempo stesso ..... non credo però che l'eventuale acquisto di 24 Rafale possa alterare in modo considerevole la bilancia fra Egitto e Israele.
E poi ..... è pensabile che questi Rafale sarebbero in grado di provocare serie noie agli F-15 e F-16 israeliani dei quali, alla stato dei fatti, non conosciamo con precisione la reale entità degli equipaggiamenti non standard (non USA) di cui sono dotati ?
Mi permetto di dubitarne ..... :wink:
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Messaggio da richelieu » 13 febbraio 2015, 0:22

Trattativa conclusa .....
French President Francois Hollande confirmed late Thursday in Paris that Egypt will be the first export customer for the Dassault Rafale fighter, ordering 24 aircraft.
The order for the fighters, plus a DCNS Fremm multipurpose frigate and MBDA missiles, will be signed on Monday, Feb. 16 in Cairo by Defense Minister Jean-Yves le Drian.
Fonte ..... "Egypt To Buy Rafales" .....
http://aviationweek.com/defense/egypt-buy-rafales
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Messaggio da richelieu » 13 febbraio 2015, 10:39

Ufficialità .....

"L’Egypte choisit le Rafale - 12/02/2015" ..... http://www.dassault-aviation.com/fr/das ... it-rafale/

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Messaggio da richelieu » 13 febbraio 2015, 11:23

Il tripudio della stampa d'oltralpe .....

Air & Cosmos ..... "Egypte: le contrat Rafale confirmé" .....
http://www.air-cosmos.com/2015/02/12/28 ... e-confirme

A margine ..... Air & Cosmos ..... "Rafale : Aerocampus Aquitaine veut former les mécanos égyptiens" .....
http://www.air-cosmos.com/2015/02/13/28 ... -egyptiens

Le Monde ..... "Le Rafale remporte « son premier contrat à l'export », se félicite François Hollande" .....
http://www.lemonde.fr/economie/article/ ... _3234.html

..... e, sempre da Le Monde, un articolo che traccia la storia dell'aereo .....
"Le Rafale, 27 ans d’attente" ..... http://www.lemonde.fr/economie/article/ ... _3234.html

Le Figaro ..... "Contrat historique pour le Rafale en Égypte" .....
http://www.lefigaro.fr/societes/2015/02 ... egypte.php

La Tribune ..... "Rafale: la vente de 24 avions à l'Egypte sera signée lundi" .....
http://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-fin ... lundi.html
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Messaggio da richelieu » 16 febbraio 2015, 0:05

La Francia tira un sospiro di sollievo .....

"In France, Relief Over Rafale Sale to Egypt" ..... http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /23353207/

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Tre Rafale saranno consegnati all'Egitto prima dell'estate .....
The first three aircraft, to be taken out of the Dassault production line, are to be delivered before summer, in time for a parade celebrating the August inauguration of the Suez Canal expansion.
Despite the short notice, French officials say they will manage to train Egyptian pilots in advance of the affair.
Fonte ..... "French Rafale Wins First Export Sale" .....
http://aviationweek.com/blog/french-raf ... xport-sale

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Messaggio da Al Berto » 18 febbraio 2015, 11:38

visti gli ultimi movimenti egiziani, viene da pensare.. che coincidenza..

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Messaggio da richelieu » 18 febbraio 2015, 23:41

Rafale & Qatar ..... una smentita .....
A French Defense Ministry official denied a media report that France is in the final stage of talks for a sale of up to 36 Rafale fighter jets to Qatar.
"Certainly not," the defense official said when asked about a Reuters report that the negotiations with Qatar were in the "final stage."
The Reuters report quoted a senior French source.
Fonte ..... "Source Denies France, Qatar Rafale Report" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /23558007/

Reuters ..... "France is in "final stage" of negotiations to sell up to 36 of the aircraft to Qatar, and is in talks with both Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates, the source added." .....
http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/02/1 ... T720150218

Nell'articolo dell'agenzia di informazioni si afferma inoltre che .....
..... "India will decide on the fate of a long-delayed deal for 126 Dassault Rafale fighter jets only after March, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Wednesday."
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Messaggio da richelieu » 23 febbraio 2015, 14:22

Pierre Sparaco .....

Immagine ..... http://www.academie-air-espace.com/mshi ... arMbre=698

..... anziano ed autorevole giornalista aeronautico belga, commenta, su AW&ST, la prima concreta vendita di caccia 'Rafale' à l'étranger .....

"Opinion: Dassault's First Rafale Export Order Underscores France’s Patience" .....
http://aviationweek.com/defense/opinion ... s-patience
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Messaggio da richelieu » 2 marzo 2015, 18:45

IDEX 2015 ..... nessun contratto importante ..... soltanto prospettive .....
Egypt’s decision just weeks ago to buy Rafale fighter aircraft has reverberated through the International Defense Exposition and Conference, but there was little indication at the event of how other ongoing fighter jet competitions in the region will shake out.
Fonte ..... "Missing at IDEX: Fighter Aircraft Deals" .....
http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/ ... px?ID=1764
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Il Pakistan tenta il colpo ..... in Bulgaria .....
Bulgaria is to be offered the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex/Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation (PAC/CAC) JF-17 Thunder combat aircraft, according to national media reports.
The single-seat, single-engined fighter is to be offered by Pakistan as an alternative to the several Western aircraft types that are all vying to be selected by Bulgaria as it looks to replace its ageing MiG-29 'Fulcrum' and Sukhoi Su-25 'Frogfoot' platforms, the novinite.com Sofia News Agency reported on 4 March.
Fonte ..... "Bulgaria to be offered JF-17 fighter by Pakistan" .....
http://www.janes.com/article/49749/bulg ... y-pakistan

novinite.com ..... "Pakistan 'to Table Own Fighters Offer' to Bulgaria" .....
http://www.novinite.com/articles/166946 ... o+Bulgaria
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I Rafale egiziani ..... saranno diversi ..... è ovvio .....
The Rafale fighter jets sold to Egypt will be modified to remove nuclear missile capability and NATO standard communications, a source close to the deal said.
"There will be a few modifications," the source said.
Once adapted, the fighters will be delivered, with the first three in time for Egyptian pilots to fly the twin-engine fighter in Egyptian colors over the opening of a new waterway on the Suez Canal in August.
Fonte ..... "France To Modify Rafales for Egypt" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /70211852/
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Messaggio da richelieu » 20 aprile 2015, 18:17

La Francia ricomincia a sperare di poter vendere il Rafale anche agli Emirati Arabi Uniti .....
The United Arab Emirates has restarted talks on ordering the Dassault Rafale, with a planned major upgrade of the fighter jet in contrast to the off-the-shelf deals for Egypt and India, said an Arabian Gulf official source familiar with the issue.
Fonte ..... "UAE Restarts Rafale Talks With France" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /25870693/
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Messaggio da richelieu » 30 aprile 2015, 15:34

:blob2: :blob3: :blob4: :blob5: :blob7: :blob8: Immagine

A Parigi stanno ballando nelle strade e sui Lungosènna .....

Dopo Egitto ed India ..... anche il Qatar, in una raffica che sembra non aver fine, ha ordinato il Rafale .....
Qatar has ended its long-running search for new strike aircraft with the decision to acquire 24 Dassault Rafales for the requirement.
Fonte ..... "Qatar selects Dassault Rafale for fighter requirement" .....
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articl ... nt-411766/

Air & Cosmos ..... "Rafale : l'avion français passe la barre des 80 commandes à l'export" .....
http://www.air-cosmos.com/2015/04/30/33 ... a-l-export

Dassault Aviation ..... http://www.dassault-aviation.com/fr/das ... le-rafale/
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Messaggio da richelieu » 30 aprile 2015, 20:51

Le vendite all' estero del Rafale ..... una manna dal cielo per il bilancio della difesa francese .....

"Qatar’s Rafale Order Helps Boost French Defense Budget" .....
http://aviationweek.com/defense/qatar-s ... nse-budget

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Messaggio da FAS » 1 maggio 2015, 23:10

strano si siano decisi prima del Q8

successo inspiegabile
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Messaggio da richelieu » 7 maggio 2015, 14:50

FAS ha scritto:strano si siano decisi prima del Q8
Il Q8 è in arrivo ..... ma, a quanto pare, non in Europa ..... :(
Boeing could be the latest international aircraft-maker to garner a deal for more fighter aircraft, with word that the US government is nearing agreement to sell up to 40 F/A-18 E and F Super Hornet strike fighters to Kuwait.
The deal, first reported Wednesday by Reuters (*), has yet to be officially announced by either the US or Kuwait, but officials in Washington have confirmed an agreement is close.
Fonte ..... "Boeing, Kuwait Said Near Deal for Up To 40 Super Hornets" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /70906542/

(*) ..... "Exclusive: Boeing poised to clinch $3 billion-plus Kuwait F/A-18 order" .....
http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/05/ ... 1F20150506

Taluni esperti sottolineano però la possibilità di rischi insita nel 'corteggiamento' che la Francia sta rivolgendo ai paesi del Golfo .....

"Experts: French Courtship of Gulf Nations Is Risky" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /70886424/

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Messaggio da MatteF88 » 7 maggio 2015, 16:47

Kuwait che ha già in uso gli hornet (legacy però )

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Messaggio da richelieu » 11 maggio 2015, 18:23

Rivitalizzazione ..... il punto di vista degli analisti .....

"Surge in Jet Purchases Reshuffles Market" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /26977289/

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Messaggio da MatteF88 » 13 maggio 2015, 10:01

L'opinione di Bill: gripen e rafale in pole position il typhoon un po' indietro http://aviationweek.com/defense/opinion ... -positions

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MatteF88 ha scritto:L'opinione di Bill: gripen e rafale in pole position il typhoon un po' indietro http://aviationweek.com/defense/opinion ... -positions
Gripen and Rafale are now free from the “F-104S syndrome”: a fighter customer’s fear of being the last purchaser in a program, stuck supporting aircraft that the rest of the world has retired, as happened to Italy when it bought F-104s in the late 1960s.
Bill ..... :tongue2:

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Aerei e ..... diplomazia .....
A fostering of close political ties with foreign governments has clearly helped France sell the Rafale fighter jet abroad, leaving lessons for Britain to learn for sales of the Eurofighter Typhoon, analysts said.
The Rafale usually features prominently in the Paris Air Show and the upcoming event will likely see a large quantity of sparkly white wine offered to the industrial team led by Dassault, Snecma and Thales, thanks to the recent export deals.
Fonte ..... "Political Ties Tip Balance on Rafale Exports" .....
http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... /27582313/
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