Southern Defenders

24th April 2020

Squadron assigned to Italian Air Force 51st Wing

17th April 2020

Eurofighter submits updated proposal to HX programme

31st January 2020

Eurofighter takes off for the Finnish Air Force’s series of Flight Evaluation Trials

10th January 2020

First flight of Eurofighter in Kuwait Air Force configuration takes place – the most advanced variant of Eurofighter ever flown

23rd December 2019

Effective, Proven, Trusted

Eurofighter Typhoon is the world’s most advanced swing-role combat aircraft providing simultaneously deployable Air-to-Air and Air-to-Surface capabilities.

It is in service with 7 customers and has been ordered by two more. The aircraft has demonstrated, and continues to demonstrate, high reliability across the globe in all climates. It has been combat proven during operations in Libya, Iraq and Syria.

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Eurofighter in major airforces

Jobs

100,000+

jobs across 400 companies

Hours

580,000 hrs

flying time accumulated across the world

Aircraft features

Max speed

2.0mach

Thrust

90 kN from each of the two Eurojet EJ200 engines

Max altitude

55,000ft

Length

15.96m

Span

10.95m

A continual capability enhancement journey


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Eurofighter Typhoon is Europe’s largest military collaborative programme strengthening the European aerospace and defence.

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Sir Ben Ainslie

We still have plenty of pressure to perform in an environment which requires split second decision making and tiny differences in performance.

Sir Ben Ainslie, the most successful competitive sailor in Olympic history.

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