AIR International - May 2014

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SPAIN’S SEA SEARCHER
Roberto Yáñez and Alex Rodriguez review the Indra P2006T MRI.

US AIR POWER IN KOREA
Robert F Dorr provides an overview of American air power in the Republic of Korea.

THE IN-FLIGHT REVOLUTION
Mark Broadbent explains how a passenger’s in-flight experience is evolving.

TWIN PEAKS
Airbus is working on new variants of its popular A330, as Mark Broadbent details.

FIRE-FIGHTING PHROGS
Barry Smith finds out how CH-46 Sea Knights are used to combat fires.

SOUTHWEST’S BIG YEAR
Andreas Spaeth reports from Dallas at a significant time for Southwest Airlines.

INDIA’S AWACS
Jon Lake outlines India’s EMB 145i airborne early warning aircraft.

LONDON CITY LOOKS TO THE FUTURE
Bruce Hales-Dutton discovers how London City Airport is set to evolve.

PEARL OF THE MED
Kyriakos Paloulian looks at the important strategic role of Souda Bay in Greece.

Breaking News

BREAKING NEWS
Oman receives its first new F-16C Fighting Falcon, Learjet 85 flies, Solar Impulse 2 is unveiled, C-130J Shimson arrives in Israel, China’s Il-78 revealed and BBJ MAX is launched.

GENERAL NEWS
‘Dambusters’ disband, Qatar buys big, NATO Baltic mission grows, Reaper launches Brimstone, Air New Zealand 787-9 revealed and the hunt for Flight MH370 continues.

SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL
AIR International reports on a serious air incident involving the RAF’s new Voyager aircraft.

FAGIN COMBINE
Ian Harding and Tom Allett fl ew on one of the fi nal sorties fl own by No.216 Squadron marking the end of a 30-year career of RAF TriStar ops.

AN ODD TIME FOR THE US AIR FORCE
Robert F Dorr outlines radical proposals for cutting aircraft from the US Air Force inventory that might include the KC-10A.