Look at Eurofighter the flying display: solo, two-ships, QRA, Quick Reaction Alarm and interception and the public debut of the Royal Saudi Air Force Typhoon. A fantastic two-days airshow with DC-6, Me 109, Me 262, Corsair and much more.
For a period of four weeks, Albacete Air Base in Spain has been the home to three Eurofighter from the Jagdgeschwader 74, based at Neuburg, Germany. The Luftwaffe’s Eurofighters were participating in the Tactical Leadership Programme (TLP) for the first time.
The Eurofighter Typhoon will be making a rare demonstration of its unrivalied agility and engine power with a full weapon load air display at this years Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) from the 15th to 17th July at RAF Fairford.
Following the successful 2011 Paris Air Show at which Eurofighter Typhoon had a key presence, a selection of videos filmed by Partner Companies EADS and Finmeccanica have been added to the www.eurofighter.com website. These videos include the interview with RAF Typhoon pilot Rupert Joel who breifed the media on operations in Libya, an introduction to Eurofighter Typhoon by EADS and a summary of the programme by the Eurofighter team.
After one year of industry funding, the Eurofighter and Euroradar consortia have received renewed strong support from the Partner Nations and have agreed to continue the full scale development programme of the next generation E-Scan radar, confirming the 2015 entry into service date. Supported by the Eurofighter partner nations: the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Spain, Eurofighter GmbH and Euroradar began full scale development of the new CAPTOR-E radar in July 2010.
Squadron Leader Rupert Joel from RAF's 11 Squadron, recently returned from operations in Libya and on behalf of Eurofighter provided a briefing on his experience of flying Typhoon as part of combat missions to the media and guests at Paris Air Show 2011.