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Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jet

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  1. Pocok75

    Pocok75 Well-Known Member

  2. Pocok75

    Pocok75 Well-Known Member

    Friss termés elvileg egy QinetiQ tulajdonban lévő darab, épp behelyezkedik Boscombe Downbaálláshoz. :D
     
  3. Pocok75

    Pocok75 Well-Known Member

    leszálláshoz
     
  4. weasel007

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  5. weasel007

    weasel007 Well-Known Member

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  8. Tcat

    Tcat Well-Known Member Szerkesztőségi tag Moderátor

    A Google alapítók Alpha Jet-je a cégóriás gépállományát kezelő H211 LLC üzemeltetésében és NASA feladatokra bevonva:

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  9. Pocok75

    Pocok75 Well-Known Member

    Itt a szomszédban(Boscombe Down) is van 4 QinetiQ tulajdonban. :D
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    Saját felvétel.
     
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  10. Terminator

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    Terminator Well-Known Member

    Last EAC00.314 Alpha Jet flight

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    Last EAC00.314 Alpha Jet flight

    Today, Friday 5 June 2020, saw the final Alpha Jet flight of the Armee de l'Air (AdlA, French Air Force) Ecole de l'Aviation de Chasse 314 (EAC00.314) "Christian Martell" at Base Aerienne 705 Tours/Val de Loire (BA705). The Fighter Aviation School has been present at Tours since 1961 and will now be transferred to Base Aerienne 709 Cognac/Châteaubernard where it will continue training fighter pilots and navigators on the Pilatus PC-21.

    The final Alpha Jet flight saw a group of five aircaft (one photo ship) overflying the Loire Valley, from Saumur to Château de Chenonceau via Villandry and symbolically at midday sharp, the Town Hall of Tours. The Fighter Aviation School saw nearly 4,900 fighter pilots and 300 officer navigators receive their wings in 59 years of presence in Tours.

    The airbase will remain operational until 30 June 2021, but will definitely miss the daily sorties of training airmen. Some Rafales will have a temporary detachment at Tours, starting mid-June 2020.

     
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  12. Terminator

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    Top Aces buys Belgian Air Force Alpha Jets

    The Belgische Luchtmacht (Belgian Air Force) succeeded in selling 25 surplus Alpha Jets. The aircraft were already offered for sale in October 2018 *).

    Top Aces Inc., a company headquartered in Dorval, Quebec (Canada), acquired the Alpha Jet 1B+ training aircraft including spare parts. The defence contractor offers contracted airborne training services (CATS). It was founded in 2000 by three former Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 fighter pilots. It operates a fleet of modernized fighter aircraft to provide Red Air threat simulation. The fleet of Alpha Jets will be more than doubled. Next to the former Belgian ones they have a fleet of 20 former German Air Force Alpha Jets.

    The Belgian Government signed a contract in September 1975 in which they purchased 33 Dassault-Breguet/Dornier (AMD) Alpha Jet 1Bs as an advanced jet trainer. The high wing aircraft replaced two Belgian jet trainers, the Lockheed T-33A and Fouga Magister. The first Alpha Jet (serial AT01, the 5th production Alpha Jet built) was handed over to the BAC on 30 June 1978 and delivered on 6 October 1978. All other Alpha Jets AT02 to AT33, were assembled by SABCA at Gosselies (Belgium). The final and 33rd Alpha Jet was delivered in July 1980. On 13 January 2019, the final three aircraft returned from Cazaux air base (France) after more than fifteen years of joint Fighter training with the Armée de l'air (AdlA, French Air Force).

    *) SFN 17 October 2018, Belgium Alpha Jets for sale, and joint Belgium/France training stopped
     

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