Download the 2018 Air Power Eastern Europe On-Site Agenda
Download the complete conference agenda now for a look at how you can:Raise the profile of your rotary or fixed-wing aircraft before regional air force commanders, and ensure you can compete for business as Eastern Europe enters a period of unpr ...
Interactive Map: Requirements & Opportunities for Air Power in Eastern Europe:
With many acquisition programmes gaining new traction given the current regional circumstances, this interactive map provides a high level overview of the current air power procurement and requirements in Eastern Europe including fixed wing, rotary and training aircraft.
Cooperation and Deterrence: Assessing the Importance of Air Power in Eastern Europe
In the wake of Russian annexation of Crimea and growing security threats, the ability to defend the Eastern Europe's air space has become of critical importance to both international organisations and the affected nations. Enhancing the capabilities of Eastern Europe’s air defence is critical in ...
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Pilot Training Challenges of the Botswana Defence Force
Lt Col James Maphanyane, Commander of the Botswana Defence Force's Flight Training School, tells Defence IQ about his nation's programme structure, the opportunities for joint and multinational training, and how education is to be balanced in the coming years.
Afghan Air Force: Training the First Generation for Airborne COIN
Last year at Defence IQ’s Airborne COIN conference, we sat down with USAF’s Brig. Gen. David Allvin, Commanding General of the NATO Air Training Command – Afghanistan, and discussed the issues relating to the difficult task of educating a new Afghan Air Force. He explains the challenges, from relating accurate...
Interview: Major General Kaluzinski outlines Poland’s jet trainer requirements
Defence IQ speaks with the Polish Air Force Deputy Commander & Chief of Training, Major General Slawomir Kaluzinski… Read the full interview here.
Map of the Region
In an effort to meet NATO requirements and deter Russian aggression, Eastern European Air Forces are embarking on extensive modernisation projects. Download our exclusive map of the region to see updates on various nations' military flight training aircraft and programmes.
Requirements, Priorities and Challenges in Military Flight Training
Defence IQ spoke exclusively to Colonel Rejman, Deputy Commander 21st Air Force Base, Czech Air Force about the key priorities and challenges being faced in regard to both live and simulation flight training in the Czech Republic.
Sample Attendee List 2018
Ahead of Air Power Eastern Europe 2018 we wanted to share with you a sample of attendees that will be joining us in Poland this December. Download the piece to view a sample of the accounts and job titles that will be attending this conference >>If you would like more information...
Eurotraining is coming back! Multinational jet school could arrive by 2019
Europe has found itself in a difficult situation. Following the UK referendum that determined an exit from the EU, a crisis summit in September 2016 was held in Bratislava Federica Mogherini to put up a united front. Security cooperation has been on the lips of all nations when it comes...
Polish jet trainer delivery is ‘just the beginning’ of European flight training resurgence
November 2016 will see the Polish Air Force take delivery of the first of eight M-346 Master lead-in fighter trainer aircraft from Leonardo-Finmeccanica, marking what is set to be one of the early landmarks in a run of new military flight training investment within Central and Eastern Europe. Meanwhile, the...
Military Flight Training: What the event offers
Every year, the Military Flight Training event takes place in London, UK, to bring together the best minds in the community, including military leadership, solution providers and aviation instructors. Unparalleled as a conference in this space, this global forum is the must-attend event to understand the challenges for tomorrow's pilots...
Austrian Diamond DART 450 ‘breaks world record’ with fresh design
From its first clicks in CAD to its first flight in less than a year. At Farnborough this past summer, Christian Dries, the CEO and owner of Diamond Aircraft, and his project director Clemens Knappert, briefed correspondent Georg Mader on their new DART 450 turboprop trainer. It is an undertaking...