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AIR International April 2013

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This month in AIR International we feature a first-of-a-kind supplement on the US Navy’s EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft with some exclusive coverage. We feature combat operations into Libya, coverage of the EA-18G’s development, its ongoing test and evaluation, training at NAS Whidbey Island, Growler’s maiden cruise aboard the USS George H W Bush, and a look at future Australian Growlers.
Also detailed is the electronic attack mission, the threat posed by surface-to-air missiles, and the electronic warfare, jamming and weapons systems integrated on the aircraft.

As with every issue of AIR International there’s a bunch of other stuff in this bumper 116-page issue.

The first BIG feature this month covers Europe’s latest wide body airliner the Airbus 350 XWB.
We have detailed features on the Antonov An-124 Ruslan, retirement of the Royal Australian Air Force C-130H Hercules, the demise of the US Air Force Block 30 RQ-4 Global Hawk, Argentina’s national airline Aerolíneas Argentinas, and NASA research into future turbofan engine technologies.

And there’s more. We have a bunch of the very latest news featuring Lion Air’s order for 234 A320 family aircraft, maiden flight of a Saudi F-15SA Eagle, Piaggio reveals its HammerHead UAV, Bombardier unveils its CS100, update on the Dreamliner grounding, India’s EMB-145I debuts at Aero India, Brazil opts for Boeing 767-300ER tanker decision, and details of British Airways’ A380 routes.

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