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MessageSujet: 000   Jeu 14 Avr 2011 - 17:37

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C-130J Flight Line Shows Multi-Mission Flexibility



Special mission versions of the C-130J Super Hercules are becoming a regular sight on the Lockheed Martin flightline here. First in line (on right) is an Indian Air Force aircraft, which is based on the C-130J long airframe, configured to meet that operator’s special operations forces requirement. Next on the line are the first of the new MC-130J Combat Shadow IIs that are being prepared for delivery to U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command. The third aircraft configuration is the new HC-130J Combat King II personnel recovery aircraft developed for the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command. The HC and MC-130Js are built off the U.S. Marine Corps KC-130J tanker variant that utilizes the shorter airframe. Unique individual customer and mission requirements are incorporated during production, thus eliminating the costs traditionally associated with post-production modifications.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mar 10 Mai 2011 - 13:07

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Aero Vodochody Delivers C-27J Spartan Centre Wing Box

Aero Vodochody has delivered the complete centre wing box for installation on the C-27J Spartan tactical military cargo aircraft.
The C-27J Spartan has been designed to perform a range of missions that include cargo transportation to logistic support of military units, and electronic surveillance, firefighting, and search and rescue operations.
The aircraft can accommodate 62 soldiers or 42 paratroopers and can carry a load of up to 11,500kg, two armoured personnel carriers, three howitzers, and a mid-sized helicopter.
The aircraft is in use with militaries in Italy, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Morocco Cool and the US.


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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Jeu 23 Juin 2011 - 0:50

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Alenia Aeronautica’s Study for C-27J airplane version to support Special Forces Operations


Paris, France - The announcement has been made today


(WAPA) - "Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica company, announced today that it is evaluating the feasibility of an aircraft for the Italian Air Force to support National Special Forces Operations.

The Italian Defence has decided to launch the so called Pretorian Programme, as a special version of the C-27J, in order to analyse potential technical solutions for providing weapons and integrated weapon systems, Communications Intelligence (COMINT), EO/IR Sensor (Electro optical/Infra-red) to the C-27J Aircraft, as existing platform.

The C-27J Spartan is the best seller in the tactical transport airlifter’s category. The C-27J is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft with state-of-the-art technology in avionics, propulsion and other on-board systems. It provides high performances, high cost effectiveness, extreme operating flexibility and best performances among other aircraft of its class in all weather conditions and offers interoperability with heavier airlifters.

The airplane is capable of taking off from and landing on unprepared strips, less-than-500 m. long, with maximum take-off weight of 30,500 kg; it may carry up to 60 equipped soldiers or up to 46 paratroopers and, in the air ambulance version, 36 stretchers and 6 medical assistants.

The large cross section (2,60 meters high, 3,33 metres wide) and high floor strength (4,900 kg/m load capability) allow heavy and large complete military equipment to be loaded. The C-27J can, for example, transport fighter and transport aircraft engines, such as C-130, Eurofighter Typhoon, F-16 and Mirage 2000, directly on their normal engine dollies without further special equipment.

The aircraft has been ordered by the air forces of Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, Morocco and by the US Air Force for a total of 79 airplanes. The aircraft has also been selected by Slovakia".


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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mar 26 Juil 2011 - 13:41

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Embraer KC-390 : L’IAE V2500 propulsera l’appareil


Embraer Defense & Security a sélectionné le moteur V2500 du consortium International Aero Engines pour propulser son nouvel appareil de transport militaire actuellement en développement.


Avion de transport militaire Embraer KC-390




Les premiers prototypes du moteur, dont l’appellation officielle est V2500-E5, doit sortir d’usine en 2013 afin d’être prêt pour les essais en vol du KC-390 en 2014 et l’entrée en service en 2015.

Six pays ont annoncé formellement leurs intentions d’acheter une soixantaine d’appareils, dont 28 de l’Armée de l’Air brésilienne.

« Nous sommes très heureux de fournir le moteur V2500 pour ce nouvel avion de transport militaire mis au point et produit par Embraer », a déclaré Ian Aitken, président et PDG d'IAE. « Cette application militaire de notre moteur V2500 ouvre un nouveau marché que nous n'avions pas prévu, offrant de nouvelles possibilités de croissance considérables. »






L’Embraer KC-390 est un avion de transport militaire bimoteur de taille moyenne. Avec la capacité de ravitailler et d’être ravitaillé en vol, il pourra transporter 16 tonnes en mode tactique ou 23 tonnes en mode logistique. Son autonomie sera de 1400 milles nautiques à pleine charge en mode logistique.

International Aero Engines est un consortium formé de quatre partenaires : Rolls-Royce (32,5%), Pratt & Whitney (32,5%), Japanese Aero Engine Corporation (23%) et MTU Aero Engines (12%). Le moteur V2500, utilisé sur le MD-90 et la famille A320 d’Airbus, a été produit à plus de 5500 exemplaires à ce jour.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Jeu 11 Aoû 2011 - 15:12

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C-27J Spartan makes combat debut in Afghanistan



Alenia Aeronautica/L-3 Communications C-27J Spartans, operated by the US Air National Guard (ANG), have commenced combat operations in Afghanistan.

The first combat mission took place on 4 August from Kandahar airfield.

As part of the newly established 702nd Expeditionary Airlift Squadron (EAS), Air Guard and Army National Guard personnel are jointly operating two C-27Js, which belong to the Ohio ANG's 164th Airlift Squadron, part of the 179th Airlift Wing, based in Mansfield. The unit previously used Lockheed Martin C-130s.
It is the operational debut for the new Joint Cargo Aircraft, which is designed to provide intra-theatre airlift capabilities. Its primary mission is to support coalition forces at forward operating bases with airlift and airdrop missions. The latter assignment comes from the US Army, and the aircraft are flown by both Air Guard and Army National Guard pilots and loadmasters.
The 702nd EAS began operations on 31 July.
The C-27J Spartans are equipped with a self-protection suite including radar, missile and laser warning systems and a chaff/flare dispensing system.
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MessageSujet: comparaison A400M vs C-130J-30   Jeu 15 Sep 2011 - 0:41

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Sam 17 Sep 2011 - 13:10

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Boeing Marks 20th Anniversary of C-17 Globemaster III 1st Flight




LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 16, 2011 — The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] on Sept. 15 celebrated the 20th anniversary of the first flight of the C-17 airlifter. On Sept. 15, 1991, test aircraft T-1 took off from the Boeing Long Beach site on a two-hour flight that proved the engineering and design concepts of the aircraft and marked the beginning of the program.

T-1 flew by Long Beach again on Sept. 15, 2011, in a re-creation of its milestone flight.

ushered in a new era in military and humanitarian airlift,” said Bob Ciesla, C-17 program manager for Boeing. “Twenty years ago, when I was working in flight test for this new airlift program, I could not anticipate just how critical the C-17 would become for the U.S. Air Force and its allies. The success of the C-17 Globemaster III program extends beyond Boeing’s employees and supplier partners — who have proudly engineered and built the world’s greatest airlifter for two decades — to exceed the expectations of customers around the globe who fly the jet every day.”

The C-17 has flown more than 2 million hours in its 20-year history, supporting worldwide airlift missions that transport troops and supplies to global hot zones and bring aid to those in need during humanitarian crises.

“There is no question that the C-17 has set the bar high,” said Ciesla. “The program has performed on cost and on schedule for more than a decade. Now we are entering a new stage with a production-rate reduction from 15 to 10 aircraft per year, extending the life of the C-17 line to 2014 and beyond.”

The C-17 aircraft has achieved a number of record-breaking milestones — more than any other airlifter in history — and set 33 world records during initial flight testing at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. The C-17′s records include payload to altitude and time-to-climb, as well as a record for short-takeoff-and-landing in which the C-17 took off in less than 1,400 feet, carried a payload of 44,000 pounds to altitude, and landed in less than 1,400 feet.

During the past 20 years, Boeing has delivered 235 C-17s — 211 to the U.S. Air Force, including active duty, Guard and Reserve units, and 24 to international customers including the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force, Qatar Emiri Air Force, United Arab Emirates Air Force and Air Defence, and the 12-member Strategic Airlift Capability initiative of NATO and Partnership for Peace nations. India became the newest C-17 customer in June, when India’s Ministry of Defence signed an agreement with the U.S. government to acquire 10 C-17s that will be delivered in 2013-2014.

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Dim 2 Oct 2011 - 0:28


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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mar 4 Oct 2011 - 1:43

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The Boeing Co., of Huntington Beach, Calif., is being awarded a maximum $11,750,000,000 Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract for the C-17 Globemaster III Integrated Sustainment Program (GISP). This contract will provide support and sustainment services to the government product dupport manager (PSM)/product support integrator (PSI) for the C-17 weapon system. Support shall include, but not be limited to: program management; sustaining logistics; material and equipment management; sustaining engineering; quality assurance; depot level aircraft maintenance and modifications; F117 propulsion system management; long-term sustainment (LTS) planning; field services, unique foreign military customer services, and Air Logistics Center Partnering Support for the worldwide fleet of the C-17 aircraft. The level of support required will be outlined in individual task orders. Approximately 10 precent of this contract effort supports Foreign Military Sales to United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and NATO Strategic Airlift Capability. At this time, zero dollars have been obligated. Aerospace Sustainment Directorate Contracting Section (WR-ALC/GRGKA), Robins Air Force Base, Ga., is the contracting activity (FA8526-12-D-0001).
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Sam 8 Oct 2011 - 13:58

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Lockheed Developing Winglets For C-130, C-5


Lockheed Martin is testing winglets and other drag-reducing modifications to cut the fuel consumption of C-130 Hercules and C-5 Galaxy airlifters.

With large-scale wind tunnel testing completed, Lockheed is fabricating a shipset of winglets for flight testing on a C-130 in 2012. The modification could be available for both retrofit and forward-fit by early 2014.

Computational analysis and small-scale tunnel tests have been completed on the C-5 winglets. Large-scale tunnel tests are planned for 2012, leading to flight tests in 2014 “if the customer is interested,” says Jack O’Banion, director of advanced development programs at Lockheed’s Marietta, Ga., plant.

The 5-ft.-tall winglets are projected to reduce cruise fuel flow by 170 lb./hr. on the C-130J and “probably more” on older versions of the Hercules, he says. They are designed to be fitted to any C-130 with the beefed-up “enhanced service life” center wingbox. This has the extra structural margin to accommodate winglet-induced bending loads.

Winglets for the C-5M are 6 ft. tall and projected to reduce cruise fuel flow by 1,100 lb./hr. This is on top of the 8-20% improvement in fuel efficiency that comes with re-engining of the C-5 with General Electric CF6-80C2 high-bypass turbofans, O’Banion says, adding that the wing already has sufficient margin to accommodate the winglet loads.

Lockheed Martin in August flight tested an aft-body drag-reduction modification on the C-130. This comprises a series of 36 vortex generators mounted on the aft fuselage. These “microvanes” alter the aft-body flowfield to pull the underbody vortex closer in and reduce base drag, he says.

Results are still being analyzed, but indications are the microvanes will reduce total drag by up to 3.7%, O’Banion says, for a fuel-consumption reduction of 2-3%. No significant changes in aircraft handling have been observed, he says.

The vortex generators, mounted in rows on the aft fuselage on either side of the rear loading ramp, are planned to be available by the end of 2012 for forward-fit and retrofit to the C-130J and earlier Hercules.

Another fuel-saving modification being studied for older C-130s is an upgrade to the latest Series 3.5 version of Rolls-Royce’s T56 turboprop, coupled with Hamilton Sundstrand’s NP2000 eight-blade propeller.

For the C-5, Lockheed also is working on a drag cleanup that is expected to improve fuel efficiency by 2-3%. This would include new seals on the flight controls to minimize aerodynamic leaks that cause drag; and new seals in the pressurization system to reduce bleed-air demand on the engines and thus improve their fuel efficiency.

In addition, equipment installed on the C-5s over time — such as defensive systems — would be cleaned up to reduce parasitic drag. “We are in the process of laying out a detailed program for the Air Force, including the business case and potential benefits,” O’Banion says.

The C-130 and C-5 drag reductions are part of an initiative by the U.S. Air Force to cut its fuel consumption. Other elements include drag cleanups on the Boeing C-17 and KC-10 and engine upgrades on the KC-135.

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Jeu 3 Nov 2011 - 13:26

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Lockheed Martin’s C-130 Hercules Program Hits Another Historic Milestone

MARIETTA, Ga. | Lockheed Martin yesterday celebrated the rolling out of the 250th C-130J Super Hercules built at its facility here. This C-130J is destined for Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, which is scheduled to receive a total of 28 C 130Js. This aircraft is the 2,404th C-130 of all makes and models to be built in Marietta.

“The C-130 Hercules has been setting aviation records for nearly 60 years,” said Lorraine Martin, Lockheed Martin vice president for C-130 programs, at yesterday’s ceremony. “As the longest continuously operating military aircraft production line in history, the C 130 has always been the benchmark for airlift around the world. High demand for the C-130J Super Hercules continues as it is able to demonstrate its proven, multi-mission capabilities on a daily basis.”

The C-130J program continues to deliver new capability to new countries and existing operators. India and Qatar recently joined the global C-130J operator family, while the U.S. Air Force recently received HC-130J personnel recovery and MC-130J special operations aircraft. Aircraft are currently in production for the U.S. Air Force and Marine Corps, Iraq, Israel, Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Oman and Tunisia. C-130Js are also flown by Australia, Canada, Denmark, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom and the U.S. Coast Guard.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Lun 19 Déc 2011 - 12:17

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BRAZIL AND PORTUGAL SIGN DEFENSE PARTNERSHIP FOR KC-390 PROGRAM


Portuguese companies will supply structural parts for the military airlifter and aerial refueling jet developed by Embraer Defense and Security



Embraer Defense and Security signed a partnership contract with OGMA – Indústria Aeronáutica de Portugal and EEA – Empresa de Engenharia Aeronáutica, today, for the KC-390 military airlifter and aerial refueling jet program. According to this agreement, Portugal, through EEA, will develop the engineering project for the KC-390’s components, which will be manufactured by Embraer subsidiary OGMA.

“Portugal’s participation in the KC-390 program strengthens our position in the European defense market,” said Luiz Carlos Aguiar, President of Embraer Defense and Security.

A Declaration of Intent between the Brazilian and Portuguese Ministries of Defense, signed in September 2010, preceded this contract, which emphasizes Portugal’s commitment to purchasing KC-390 airplanes.

“The agreement provides an opportunity for boosting the capabilities of the military aviation cluster, so as to generate and develop technological competencies,” said Jacinto Moniz de Bettencourt, EEA President.

“This is a unique opportunity for OGMA to develop its technological and manufacturing capabilities within a high aggregate value military program,” said OGMA President Almir Borges.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Dim 1 Avr 2012 - 13:39

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mar 10 Juil 2012 - 12:02

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Alenia Aermacchi Introduces the New MC-27J Multi-mission Version of the Spartan


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19:05 GMT, July 9, 2012 Farnborough | Alenia Aermacchi is pleased to introduce a new version of the C-27J battlefield airlifter, the MC-27J. The MC-27J is a multi-mission, armed, Roll On/Roll Off (RO/RO) derivative of the C-27J Spartan. Alenia Aermacchi and ATK will jointly produce and market this new offering.

The new MC-27J is an adaptable, agile, and affordable solution for various airborne multi-mission requirements that today are performed by a wide variety of aircraft, including special operations versions of the C-130. The MC-27J is not just a gunship, but a battlefield tested platform equipped with proven sensors, communications, and weapons suite able to execute a wide range of customer-driven missions.

The MC-27J is designed to support air forces and Special Forces in performing several key operations, including: anti-terrorism missions, the evacuation of military personnel and civil populations from crisis areas, fighting asymmetrical threats and for all standard operations of the Special Forces. The MC-27J provides Special Forces a platform with quick transfer speed; long operational range and ample cargo capacity (console for the systems’ operators, troops and vehicles). The MC-27J is capable of taking off from and landing on short and/or unprepared strips while acting as an autonomous command and control centre integrated with the ground command network.

The MC-27J will also provide Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) capability as well as the ability to deploy paratroopers. Furthermore, the MC-27J’s target designation and on-board weapons systems provide outstanding support for ground operations.

ATK's gunship capability is provided from a newly developed palletized weapons system, which is self-contained, modular, scalable and provides RO/RO flexibility. This palletized system integrates sensors, communications and weapons into a responsive and reconfigurable mission package. Specific features for the MC-27J system include enhanced electro-optical/infrared targeting sensors, a trainable 30mm cannon, precision guided munitions, advanced communications and a networked mission management and fire control system.

The MC-27J provides outstanding offensive capability utilizing a palletized weapon system specifically designed for the ATK 30mm GAU-23 cannon and other precision guided weapon systems, resulting in a highly effective system that minimizes collateral damages. The palletized system is designed for easy embarkation and disembarkation via the aircraft’s rear ramp; permitting flexibility in the use of the unaltered aircraft. The primary configuration requires minimal integration on the aircraft’s frame to significantly reduce acquisition costs and development times, while retaining the C-27J’s robust airlift capabilities.

At the core of the MC-27J is the C-27J Spartan, the best selling battlefield airlifter, offering payload, persistence and out-of-area capabilities coupled with high performance; high maneuverability and the capability to operate on short, unpaved strips. The Spartan is currently the world’s best seller in the tactical airlifter’s category with 89 airplanes ordered by 9 countries all over the world including Italy, United States and recently, Australia.

The MC-27J offer commonality of equipments and systems with larger multi-mission platforms but at much lower operational costs and with the operational flexibility of being able to operate form shorter runways also in hot and high conditions, and as modern and reliable solution for those air forces interested in integrating their forces with a skilled airplane in a very delicate role but at the same time very flexible in its use.

The Aeronautics Sector of Finmeccanica is led by Alenia Aermacchi, the largest Italian aeronautic company that operates world-wide in the design, development, production, maintenance and modification of commercial and military aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, military trainer aircraft and aerostructures. Alenia Aermacchi, together with its owned companies and subsidiaries, has a total work-force of ca. 12,000 people. The company has put into operation a wide network of joint ventures and product and programme partnerships, such as SCAC with the Russian company Sukhoi for the production of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jets; Eurofighter, with BAE Systems for the U.K. and EADS for Germany and Spain, for the production of the Eurofighter Typhoon twin-engine supersonic aircraft; GMAS with L-3 for the tactical transport aircraft C-27J for the United States; ATR with EADS for the production of the turboprop regional aircraft. Alenia Aermacchi is the only responsible for the development of the ATR versions for maritime patrol and for anti-submarine warfare. Alenia Aermacchi also participates in the design and production of the horizontal stabiliser and mid-body fuselage for the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Alenia Aermacchi has developed unmanned platforms developed specifically as demonstrators of innovative techniques and technologies and participates in international collaboration programmes.

ATK is an aerospace, defense and commercial products company. The company is a defense leader in medium-caliber gun systems, ammunition, precision and strike weapons, missile warning solutions, fuzing for air delivered weapons, the next-generation of GPS-guided mortar and artillery projectiles, and precision air-delivered missiles and rockets. The company also specializes in gunship and special mission aircraft conversion and delivers affordable, responsive and advanced weaponized aircraft capabilities to customer-preferred platforms.The company news and information can be found on the Internet at www.atk.com.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mer 11 Juil 2012 - 22:13

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Airbus Military C295 certified for civic operations


Airbus Military has obtained civil certification for the C295 transport in a move whichresponds to the evolving requirements of agencies and operators conducting humanitarian and other “civic” operations.

The new certification, awarded by Spain´s civil aviation authority AESA (Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea), confirms the C295´s compliance with the enhanced regulatory environment in this sector of the market.

It underlines the aircraft´s suitability to address the growing market for emergency and humanitarian missions for international aid organisations, peacekeeping operations carried out by civil operators, and security operations by police forces and similar agencies.

The operations and configurations approved under this certification include personnel transport with side-facing seats for up to 70 occupants or “airline-style” seats for up to 51 occupants, medical evacuation with up to 21 NATO litters, mixed transport of personnel and cargo, carriage of up to eight cargo pallets, cargo aerial delivery, and operations on unpaved runways.

Additionally this new approval can be applied to aircraft delivered to governments and military customers that require type certification in accordance with civil airworthiness requirements.

“This certification has been successfully achieved after a great effort by both industry and regulatory specialists and certification teams,” said Isabel Maestre, AESA Director.

Airbus Military SVP Head of Engineering Miguel Angel Morell said: “The C295 has been designed from the outset as an exceptionally robust and reliable aircraft which is highly suitable for demanding “civic” operations for the benefit of society. Obtaining civil certification ensures its acceptability to all agencies operating in this area and cements its leadership in the sector.”

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The new generation C295 is the ideal aircraft for defence and civic missions to the benefit of society, such as humanitarian actions, maritime patrol, and environmental surveillance. Thanks to its robustness, reliability and simple systems, this medium sized tactical airlifter provides the versatility and flexibility necessary for personnel, troop and bulk or palletized cargo transportation, medical evacuation, communication and logistic duties, and certified air-dropping capabilities. Its mix of dual technology civil/military equipment ensures success in demanding tactical missions, growth potential for systems development, as well as compatibility with the latest civil airspace requirements. The C295 is part of Airbus Military’s family of light and medium airlifters which also includes the smaller C212 and CN235.


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Airbus Military C295 carries Marte Mk2/S anti-ship missile ...



Airbus Military and MBDA have successfully completed the first flight of the C295 maritime patrol aircraft with an instrumented Marte MK2/S anti-ship inert missile installed under the wing. The flight was the first of a series of trials planned in a joint Airbus Military – MBDA collaboration to validate the aerodynamic integration of Marte on the C295. Subsequent flights will include handling qualities tests and aircraft flight performance tests.

This initiative successfully aligns with the defence industry strategy shared by MBDA in Spain and Airbus Military.

The MBDA Marte MK2/S missile is a fire-and-forget, all-weather, medium-range sea-skimming anti-ship weapon system, equipped with inertial mid-course guidance and radar homing terminal guidance, and capable of destroying small vessels and heavily damaging major vessels. The missile has a weight of 310 Kg and is 3.85 m long.

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In the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) role, the C295 is already in-service carrying the MK46 torpedo.

The Marte Mk2/S is already integrated on the AW-101 and the NFH-90 naval helicopters.

About C295
The new generation C295 is the ideal aircraft for defence and civic missions to the benefit of society, such as humanitarian actions, maritime patrol, and environmental surveillance. Thanks to its robustness, reliability and simple systems, this medium sized tactical airlifter provides the versatility and flexibility necessary for personnel, troop and bulk or palletized cargo transportation, medical evacuation, communication and logistic duties, and certified air-dropping capabilities. Its mix of dual technology civil/military equipment ensures success in demanding tactical missions, growth potential for systems development, as well as compatibility with the latest civil airspace requirements. The C295 is part of Airbus Military’s family of light and medium airlifters which also includes the smaller C212 and CN235.


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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Ven 27 Juil 2012 - 17:01

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Take-off and Landings on Casale Monferrato Grass Funway for the C-27J

Alenia Aermacchi and Casale’s Aero Club “N.S.I. Palli” have recently signed an agreement to allow the C-27J to perform demonstrations and operational training on 1.150 m grass runway at Casale Monferrato’s “Francesco Cappa” airport, in the Piedmont Region, Italy.

“The C-27J is the only aircraft of its category designed as a true tactical transport military aircraft – says Marco Venanzetti, Alenia Aermacchi’s Head of Flight Operations and Training – and for this role it is essential to have the capability of operating on unprepared landing strips, made of gravel, sand or grass.

The use of a runway just a few-minutes-flight from Alenia Aermacchi’s Turin-Caselle facility will greatly enhance our ability to train pilots and demonstrate the C-27J’s capabilities on unprepared surfaces to potential customers. Casale Monferrato is a perfect runway for this kind of activity”.

The C-27J has operated on semi-prepared runways in Europe, Asia, Middle East and in the Americas both at sea level and at high altitude and in all weather conditions, proving its robustness and operational flexibility.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Lun 1 Oct 2012 - 23:25

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Hier, à l’occasion du salon Aviasvit qui se déroule à Kiev, Antonov a fait revoler le prototype de l’An-70, dans une version modernisée. Son dernier décollage remontait à 2010.

Le moins que l’on puisse dire, c’est que ce quadrimoteur de transport a eu une carrière mouvementée. Un premier prototype vole le 16 décembre 1994, mais est perdu deux mois plus tard suite à une collision en vol avec un appareil d’escorte. Le constructeur ukrainien ne jette pas l’éponge, puisqu’un deuxième exemplaire (immatriculé UR-NTK) finit par décoller en avril 1997. Quatre plus tard, ce même avion est gravement endommagé suite à un atterrissage dur. Un incident qui marquera un coup d’arrêt dans la carrière de l’An-70. Ce même prototype, entre-temps réparé, finira tout même par revoler sept ans plus tard, de manière parcellaire et sans le soutien de Moscou qui s’est désolidarisé du projet. Mais des problèmes techniques viendront de nouveau interrompre les essais.

Définitivement ressuscité l’An-70 ? Il est trop tôt pour le dire. L’avion qui a volé hier est de toute évidence ce même prototype, qui aurait subi un profond chantier de modernisation de deux ans. C’est notamment le cockpit qui aurait fait l’objet de toutes les attentions des ingénieurs d’Antonov. Ces derniers espèrent boucler une première campagne d’essais d’ici le milieu de l’année prochaine.

En 1997, l’An-70 avait été proposé par Antonov dans le cadre du programme européen FLA (Future Large Aircraft), dont l’A400M est finalement sorti victorieux. L’avion ukrainien avait d’ailleurs la faveur des allemands qui souhaité une coopération entre l’industrie européenne et Antonov. En 1992, une mission d’ingénieurs de la DGA accompagnée d’officiers de l’Armée de l’Air avait également visité les usines de l’avionneur en vue d’évaluer le projet.

Mais le projet est finalement jugé trop risqué sur le plan technique. Outre une avionique d’un autre temps, l’An-70 est doté de moteurs d’un genre nouveau : des turbopropulseurs à hélices rapides (ou propfan) D-27 mise au point par Progress. Ce moteur entraîne deux rangées d’hélices contrarotatives et développe une puissance maximale de 14.000 chevaux. Un choix technique qui n’était pas vraiment du goût des européens, qui avaient d’ailleurs esquissé une remotorisation avec des CFM56…

Tout n’est néanmoins pas perdu pour l’An-70, puisque la Russie, bien que ne participant plus au développement, envisage toujours l’achat d’une soixantaine d’exemplaires. Elle devrait d’ailleurs accueillir la production en série dans l’usine de Kazan, dans la république du Tarastan.

Reste maintenant à voir si l’An-70 peut revenir en force et faire de l’ombre à l’A400M sur les marchés internationaux... Pour l’heure, rien n’est moins sûr.

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mar 2 Oct 2012 - 23:43

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Annoncée au printemps dernier, puis en août/septembre, la campagne d’essais en vol de l’Iliouchine 476 devrait commencer très prochainement. C’est du moins ce qu’a affirmé le ministre russe de l’Industrie, Denis Manturov, au président Vladimir Poutine, si l’on en croit la Pravda.

Un premier prototype de l’IL-476 est sorti en juillet dernier de la chaîne d’assemblage de l’usine Aviastar-SP, située dans la région d’Oulianovsk. Le développement de cet appareil, lancé en 2006, repose sur le quadrimoteur IL-76 (code Otan : Candid), dont l’origine remonte aux années 1960 et qui a été vendu à de nombreuses forces appartenant notamment à la sphère d’influence soviétique ainsi qu’à des compagnies aériennes.

Par rapport à son aîné, l’IL-476 présente une voilure revue et corrigée ainsi qu’une structure simplifiée. Doté d’une nouvelle avionique avec des systèmes de navigation modernisés, il a reçu des moteurs de conception récente de type Aviadvigatel PS-90, déjà montés sur les Tupolev 204/214.

Résultat : ses performances s’en trouvent accrues, avec une capacité d’emport de 52 à 60 tonnes – cela varie entre les sources officielles russes – et une distance franchissable de 6.000 km (soit 25% de plus que l’IL-76, grâce à une consommation de carburant réduite).

“L’appareil possède des possibilités infinies de modernisations ultérieures et une bonne marge de sécurité. Un avion comme celui-ci sera avant tout très utile pour la Russie” a expliqué Viktor Baranets, l’analyste militaire du quotidien Komsomolskaïa Pravda. Ce dernier estime aussi que l’IL-476, qui, selon lui, “bénéficie d’une grande supériorité sur ses concurrents”, a des chances de séduire les responsables militaires chinois et indiens.

Les forces aériennes russes prévoient d’en acquérir plusieurs dizaines d’exemplaires mais aucun contrat n’aurait jusqu’à maintenant été signé.

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Ven 5 Oct 2012 - 16:33

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Iliouchine Il-76MD-90A: le premier avion de série livré à l'armée russe en 2014


Il-76MD-90A

Le premier avion de série Iliouchine Il-76MD-90A (Il-476) sera livré à l'armée russe en 2014 dans le cadre d'un contrat de quelque 3,5 milliards d'euros signé jeudi à Oulianovsk (Volga), a annoncé jeudi le ministère russe de la Défense.

Le ministre de la Défense Anatoli Serdioukov et le président du Consortium aéronautique unifié russe (OAK) Mikhaïl Pogossian ont signé jeudi un contrat public sur la livraison de 39 avions de transport militaire Il-76MD-90A (Il-476) pour 139,42 milliards de roubles d'ici 2020. Il s'agit du plus gros contrat dans l'histoire de l'industrie aéronautique russe, selon le président russe Vladimir Poutine, qui a assisté jeudi au premier vol de l'appareil à Oulianovsk.

L'usine aéronautique Aviastar-SP d'Oulianovsk produit l'Il-476 depuis 2006.

La fin des essais en usine et le début des essais d'homologation de l'Il-476 sont prévus pour le premier semestre de 2013, selon le ministère de la Défense.

L'avion de transport lourd Il-76MD-90A (Il-476) est une version profondément modernisée de l'Il-76 qui était produit à Tachkent (Ouzbékistan) à l'époque de l'URSS. Il rappelle son prédécesseur, mais sa construction a beaucoup changé et l'avion est maintenant doté de nouveaux systèmes de commande et de navigation. Le nouvel appareil a une autonomie de vol de 5.000 km avec une charge utile de 52 tonnes (contre 4.000 km et une charge utile de 47 tonnes pour son prédécesseur). Son poids au décollage a augmenté de 190 tonnes à 210 tonnes. L'avion requiert un équipage moins nombreux (six pilotes contre sept pour l'Il-76 de base).


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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Ven 30 Nov 2012 - 10:15

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Airborne trials of MC-27J cannon to begin in new year
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11/29/2012
Alenia Aermacchi and ATK are to shortly begin airborne trials of the Mk44 Bushmaster 30 mm automatic cannon aboard the concept MC-27J Spartan gunship, industry officials disclosed on 28 November.

Speaking at the IQPC Airpower in Irregular Warfare conference in London, Vice-President Special Projects US, UK, and Turkey Benjamin Stone said that, with ground trials of the gun having already concluded, airborne tests would commence in January 2013. He declined to say where these would occur, except to say it would be in the United States.

The ATK Mk44 Bushmaster, recently designated the GAU-23 by the US Air Force for integration on Lockheed Martin MC-130W Dragon Spear/Stinger II, is one of a number of retrofittable enhancements that Alenia Aermacchi is looking to integrate onto its C-27J tactical transport aircraft to give it a gunship and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capability.

This enhanced C-27J was first showcased at the Farnborough Airshow in July and features a Mk44 cannon mounted on a cargo pallet for roll-on/roll-off (ro/ro) operations, launch tubes for the employment of precision-guided munitions, and two electro-optic/infrared sensor turrets.

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Mar 4 Déc 2012 - 11:53

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Work on Indo-Russian transport aircraft begins

The Indo-Russian project to jointly design a transport aircraft for militaries of both nations kicked off in Moscow on Monday, where 30 engineers from Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) began working with their Russian counterparts from the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) on the $600-million project.

India and Russia are also collaborating in a $6-billion project to build an advanced fighter called the Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft.

“Our team in Moscow informed us today they are now functional at the special design facility that Russia has set up,” confirms NC Agarwal, the Chief Executive Officer of the joint venture company, called Multirole Transport Aircraft Ltd (MTA Ltd), which will design the aircraft.



The MTA will be capable of carrying 15-20 tonnes of payload; or 80 paratroopers; or 60 stretchers and operate from airfields as difficult as Leh, in Ladakh, J&K. After completing the design and testing of the MTA in 60 months, during which five prototypes will also be built, Russia and India will join hands in building 205 aircraft: 100 for the Russian Air Force (RAF); 45 for the Indian Air Force (IAF); and 60 for export.

For the IAF, the MTA would be a much-needed replacement for the already phased out AN-12 and the ageing AN-32 transport aircraft. The MTA will be a mid-way choice, being smaller than the AN-12, but bigger than the AN-32. Both those aircraft were propeller-driven turboprops; the MTA will have a turbofan jet engine.

The choice of which engine to use, as also the various systems of the aircraft which would be bought off the shelf, would be decided jointly, based on economy as well as suitability.

New Delhi and Moscow signed an Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) in November 2007; after which HAL, UAC and MTA Ltd signed a General Contract, an umbrella document that defines the broad framework of the contract. Then came a $35-million contract for the Preliminary Design Phase (PDP), signed on October 12, 2012, which provided for a joint HAL-UAC team to work for the next 10 months in Moscow. The team will formalize the MTA’s configuration, basic performance, its various systems, the engines, and identify alternatives as well. This will be done to ensure that the RAF’s and IAF’s requirements are fully met.

While the PDP is being completed by September-October 2103, another contract will be signed for the Detailed Design Phase (DDP), in which both sides will take 48 months to complete the design, prototype production and flight-testing of the MTA in accordance with work shares that have been defined in the contract.

“India will carry out some 40 per cent of the design work, while Russia will do the remaining 60 per cent” says Agarwal. “But it will be a collaborative enterprise, since everything has to come together smoothly, without loss of time.”

In production, which is expected to begin by end 2017, HAL and UAC will respectively manufacture a specified set of parts and modules for all 205 MTAs. However, the assembly of the IAF aircraft will be done at HAL, Kanpur; and the assembly of MTAs for the RAF from a production agency that Moscow nominates.

The crucial aspect of certification will be a collaborative exercise between the Indian military certification agency, CEMILAC (Centre for Military Airworthiness Certification) and its Russian counterpart. According to current plans, the MTA will also meet the certification specifications of the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), which is called FAR-25 (Federal Airworthiness Requirement – 25), as well as the European JAR-25 (Joint Airworthiness Requirement – 25). This will make the MTA more attractive to international buyers.
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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Ven 4 Jan 2013 - 16:28

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MessageSujet: Re: Avions de transport tactique/lourd   Lun 7 Jan 2013 - 12:44

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