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|'BAE Advanced Hawk Proposed For Expanded Indian Trainer Force'
BAE and HAL propose an updated Hawk for future Indian orders
BAE Systems is looking beyond current negotiations with India over 30-32 additional Hawk trainers, seeing prospects for at least 48 further units based on the new Advanced Hawk design. Indian state manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) has helped develop this version, which BAE presented at the Aero India exhibition held in Bengaluru in February
|Mr King signalled that prospects for the long-awaited order from Saudi Arabia for 48 new Typhoon aircraft could be improving after a support services package had been finalised in 2016, extending through to 2021.
He said now the package had been agreed, “we will get on and talk to them about batch two”
|Decent results, order book up..
Not so sure about Stewardship change, time will tell.
War's a coming, so defence companies should, one hopes, do well.|
|Just let some go at 621 ; been a good run recently .|
|Could we finally be leaving the 500's behind..|
|BAE Systems chief Ian King to step down in the summer.....
The management shake-up comes a day before BAE posts its annual results, which are expected to show the company has turned a corner after several years of uncertainty caused by constrained military spending. Revenues are forecast to have grown by 4pc to £18.7bn, with pre-tax profits more than 10pc higher at at £1.23bn.
The company has had a good year. Major programmes have moved ahead including work starting on the massive Dreadnought nuclear submarine programme, a ramp-up in production of F-35 fighter jets and confirmation of the new generation of Type 26 frigates.
|BAE Systems Announces New Submarine Construction Training Facility
|'Airbus denies fraud allegations over Eurofighter Typhoon deal'
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is proud to be a sponsor of CyberUK 2017, the Government’s biggest and most influential information assurance and cyber security event.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is sponsoring the Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) stream of this year’s CyberUK2017 conference which takes place March 14-16 at the Liverpool Convention Centre.
|"Saudi Arabia ‘purchasing offensive weapons’"
|Have been monitoring the "flag counter" and see we gained 5 new countries in the last ten days or so. Does this tell us anything about BAE globally?|
|Sp seems to be swinging around a 585 to 615 channel recently ; 620 will see me trade some out ; I worry the market is a bit toppy at the moment especially with the Trump unpredictability factor.|
|17th feb Kepler Cheuvreux buy tp 700p up from 600p|
|Austria sues Airbus for €1.1 billion over fraudulent Eurofighter deal
Austria sued Airbus SE on Thursday for willful deception on the true purchase price, deliverability and equipment of Eurofighter jets that were purchased by the defense ministry for €2 billion in 2003.
Defense Minister Hans Peter Doskozil said at a news conference in Vienna that damages could potentially amount up to €1.1 billion.
“As defense minister, I consider it my duty to report facts relevant for criminal prosecution and to claim compensation for the Austrian taxpayers’ damage,” Doskozil said.
The claims were filed after a long investigation by Austrian and German authorities into supposed bribery allegations made against the Eurofighter consortium in 2007, when Austria changed its initial order of 18 jets to 15.
Airbus builds the Eurofighter in collaboration with BAE systems and Leonardo, meaning the lawsuit is filed against corporations from four different EU member states: Britain, Italy, Germany and Spain.
Airbus was unable to comment at the present time, although a spokesman noted that it would comply with any legal inquiries.
“We can however confirm that in recent years we have supported the activities by the legal authorities, for instance through (our) own investigations,” he said.
|BAE Systems at Idex: Focus on hi-tech security solutions
|BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair, Norfolk, Virginia, is being awarded a $42,941,944 firm-fixed-price contract for USS Vicksburg (CG 69) fiscal 2017 special selected restricted availability (SSRA).
The SSRA work consists of multiple ship alterations and miscellaneous repairs. The work package contained 99 work items, of which 92 items formed the base work package and 7 items are designated as options.
Work will involve ship repair, and modernization. This contract includes options, which, if exercised, would bring the cumulative value of this contract to $45,997,390. Work will be performed in Norfolk, Virginia, and is expected to be completed by September 2017
|BAE Seeks to Build Up Workforce as UK Launches Cybersecurity Hub
|BAE Systems & HAL developed Advanced Hawk makes its debut at Aero India 2017
UK Minister for Defence Procurement Shows Support to Indo-UK Advanced Hawk
|Does the market not like that or is it just a sympathy job with RR ?|
|Thanks standish , online now...
BAE Systems poised to hand Woodburn UK's top defence industry job
The FTSE-100 arms manufacturer could announce Charles Woodburn's elevation to the top job as soon as next week, Sky News learns.
|Sky News have just reported that Charles Woodburn the current COO will shortly be appointed as the new CEO.|
|All American to built hybrid-electric passenger ferry
BAE Systems has warned that giving a rival company the contact to build the new Type 31 warship could breach its 'terms of business agreement' (Toba) made with the government in 2009.
Although the Toba guarantees BAE a steady flow of warship work until 2024 in return for efficiency savings, November's Parker report urged ministers to kick-start work on a cheaper new warship, the Type 31, to win export orders as the Type 26 frigates made by BAE were proving too costly.