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CHINA-AIRSHOW/BRITAIN
RTS252EW
November 08, 2018
People are seen at the British pavilion during the China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition,...
Zhuhai, China
People are seen at the British pavilion during the Zhuhai Airshow
People are seen at the British pavilion during the China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, or Zhuhai Airshow, in Zhuhai, Guangdong province, China November 8, 2018. REUTERS/Stella Qiu
SWISS-TRANSPORT/
RTX2R68X
October 31, 2016
Aircrafts of Swiss airlines Airbus A320-214 (front), British Aerospace Avro RJ100 (right C) and a Boeing...
Zurich, Switzerland
Aircrafts of Swiss airlines are seen together with Helvetic airlines at Zurich airport
Aircrafts of Swiss airlines Airbus A320-214 (front), British Aerospace Avro RJ100 (right C) and a Boeing 777-300ER (back) are seen together with a Fokker 100 (left C) of Helvetic airlines at Zurich airport, Switzerland October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
VIETNAM-BRITAIN/
RTX1MA71
July 29, 2015
Rolls-Royce's President of Aerospace Tony Wood (L) and Vietnam Airlines' President and CEO Pham Ngoc...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Wood and Minh exchange a signed contact in Hanoi
Rolls-Royce's President of Aerospace Tony Wood (L) and Vietnam Airlines' President and CEO Pham Ngoc Minh (R) exchange a signed contact as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd L) and Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (2nd R) look on during a signing ceremony at the Government Office in Hanoi July 29, 2015. British engineering company Rolls-Royce said it won a $580 million contract with Vietnam Airlines to provide servicing and maintenance to its Trent XWB engines which will power 14 Airbus A350 aircraft. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-BRITAIN/
RTX1MA6Z
July 29, 2015
Rolls-Royce's President of Aerospace Tony Wood (L, sitting) and Vietnam Airlines' President and CEO Pham...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Wood and Minh sign a contact in Hanoi
Rolls-Royce's President of Aerospace Tony Wood (L, sitting) and Vietnam Airlines' President and CEO Pham Ngoc Minh (R, sitting) sign a contact as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L center) and Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (R, center) look on during a signing ceremony at the Government Office in Hanoi July 29, 2015. British engineering company Rolls-Royce said it won a $580 million contract with Vietnam Airlines to provide servicing and maintenance to its Trent XWB engines which will power 14 Airbus A350 aircraft. REUTERS/Kham
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ9E
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Evergreen International Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Evergreen International Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the...
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Evergreen International Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ95
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes, including British Airways Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in...
Old airplanes, including British Airways Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ93
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Air New Zealand Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Air New Zealand Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert...
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Air New Zealand Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ92
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Air New Zealand Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Air New Zealand Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert...
Old airplanes, including British Airways and Air New Zealand Boeing 747-400s, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ8W
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways and China Airlines Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes, including British Airways and China Airlines Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored...
Old airplanes, including British Airways and China Airlines Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ8O
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes, including British Airways Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in...
Old airplanes, including British Airways Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
AEROSPACE-JUMBO/
RTR4XJ6O
April 16, 2015
Old airplanes, including British Airways and China Airlines Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored...
VICTORVILLE, UNITED STATES
Old airplanes are stored in the desert in Victorville
Old airplanes, including British Airways and China Airlines Boeing 747-400s and FedEx planes, are stored in the desert in Victorville, California, March 13, 2015. Last year, there were zero orders placed by commercial airlines for new Boeing 747s or Airbus A380s, reflecting a fundamental shift in the industry toward smaller, twin-engine planes. Smaller planes cost less to fly than the stately, four-engine jumbos, which can carry as many as 525 passengers. Picture taken March 13, 2015. To match Insight AEROSPACE-JUMBO/ REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
CANADA/
RTX11LIF
July 12, 2013
Instructor Ralph Heldt of the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) Aerospace Technology Campus...
Richmond, Canada
Instructor Heldt of the BCIT Aerospace Technology Campus throws a paper airplane he made at Vancouver...
Instructor Ralph Heldt of the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) Aerospace Technology Campus throws a paper airplane he made at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, British Columbia July 12, 2013. Heldt was teaching visitors and travellers how to make the paper flying structures as part of a paper airplane workshop and competition sponsored by the airport. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY EDUCATION BUSINESS)
FINMECCANICA/
RTR31JRA
May 03, 2012
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome May 3, 2012. Finmeccanica...
Rome, Italy
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome May 3, 2012. Finmeccanica said it was on track to carry out a much-needed reorganisation even as weaker defence electronics activities and a slowdown in its core British, U.S. and Italian markets dragged quarterly core profit down 20 percent.
REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT MILITARY)
FINMECCANICA/
RTR31JQO
May 03, 2012
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome May 3, 2012. Finmeccanica...
Rome, Italy
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome May 3, 2012. Finmeccanica said it was on track to carry out a much-needed reorganisation even as weaker defence electronics activities and a slowdown in its core British, U.S. and Italian markets dragged quarterly core profit down 20 percent.
REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT MILITARY)
FINMECCANICA/
RTR31JQD
May 03, 2012
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome May 3, 2012. Finmeccanica...
Rome, Italy
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome
The headquarters of Italian defence and aerospace company Finmeccanica is seen in Rome May 3, 2012. Finmeccanica said it was on track to carry out a much-needed reorganisation even as weaker defence electronics activities and a slowdown in its core British, U.S. and Italian markets dragged quarterly core profit down 20 percent.
REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT MILITARY)
EUROPE-AIR/
RTR2D1S0
April 20, 2010
A Brussels Airlines Avro RJ85 passenger jet takes off from Zaventem international airport near Brussels...
Zaventem, Belgium
A Brussels Airlines British Aerospace Avro RJ85 passenger jet takes off from Zaventem international airport...
A Brussels Airlines Avro RJ85 passenger jet takes off from Zaventem international airport near Brussels April 20, 2010. European airports slowly started to return to life on Tuesday after five days cut off from the world due to a huge ash cloud, but some airspace stayed closed after reports a new plume from Iceland may be on its way. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: TRANSPORT)
BRITAIN-PLANE/
RTXBLN3
February 13, 2009
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and 4 crew on board is slumped on its...
London, United Kingdom
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam is seen after it crash-landed at London's City airport
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and 4 crew on board is slumped on its nose after it crash-landed at London's City airport February 13, 2009. All 67 passengers were evacuated safely although four people were slightly injured according to the London ambulance service. The aircraft is a British Aerospace 146 RJ-100. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-PLANE/
RTXBLMJ
February 13, 2009
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on...
London, United Kingdom
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam is seen after it crash-landed at London's City airport
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on its nose after it crash-landed at London's City airport February 13, 2009. All 67 passengers were evacuated safely although four people were slightly injured according to the London ambulance service. The aircraft is a British Aerospace 146 RJ100. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-PLANE/
RTXBLMG
February 13, 2009
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on...
London, United Kingdom
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam is seen after it crash-landed at London's City airport
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on its nose after it crash-landed at London's City airport February 13, 2009. All 67 passengers were evacuated safely although four people were slightly injured according to the London ambulance service. The aircraft is a British Aerospace 146 RJ100. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-PLANE/
RTXBLMF
February 13, 2009
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on...
London, United Kingdom
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam is seen after it crash-landed at London's City airport
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on its nose after it crash-landed at London's City airport February 13, 2009. All 67 passengers were evacuated safely although four people were slightly injured according to the London ambulance service. The aircraft is a British Aerospace 146 RJ100. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-PLANE/
RTXBLM4
February 13, 2009
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on...
London, United Kingdom
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam is seen after it crash landed at London's City airport
British Airways flight BA8456 from Amsterdam with 67 passengers and four crew on board is slumped on its nose after it crash-landed at London's City airport February 13, 2009. All 67 passengers were evacuated safely although four people were slightly injured according to the London ambulance service. The aircraft is a British Aerospace 146 RJ100. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
CZECH SWEDEN GRIPEN
RTR9AMC
April 26, 2005
The Swedish Minister of Defense Leni Bjorklund speaks to Czech Army pilots Petr Mikulenka and Michael...
Caslav, Czech Republic
The Swedish Minister of Defense Leni Bjorklund speaks to Czech Army pilots Petr Mikulenka ...
The Swedish Minister of Defense Leni Bjorklund speaks to Czech Army pilots Petr Mikulenka and Michael Boruvka at the military Air Base near Caslav. Swedish Minister of Defense Leni Bjorklund (L) speaks to Czech Army pilots Lieutenant Colonel Petr Mikulenka (R) and Lieutenant Colonel Michael Boruvka (C) at the military Air Base near Caslav, April 26, 2005, during the official ceremony of bringing in effect 6 supersonic aircrafts from Saab/British Aerospace consortium to the Czech Armed Forces. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircrafts will modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic and will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s. REUTERS/Petr Josek
JAS 39 GRIPEN
RTXNE34
April 18, 2005
A Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town...
Caslav, Czech Republic
A Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the .....
A Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east from Prague April 18, 2005. [The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic.]
JAS 39 GRIPEN
RTXNE33
April 18, 2005
A Czech ground crew officer gives a thumbs up while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at...
Caslav, Czech Republic
A Czech ground crew officer gives a thumbs up while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft .....
A Czech ground crew officer gives a thumbs up while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east of Prague April 18, 2005. [The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic.]
DEFENCE
RTR8G5K
April 18, 2005
Czech Army soldiers watch a pilot who just landed with the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military...
Caslav, Germany
Czech Army soldiers watch a pilot who just landed with the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft ...
Czech Army soldiers watch a pilot who just landed with the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav. Czech Army soldiers watch a pilot who just landed with a new supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east from Prague April 18, 2005. The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. REUTERS/Peter Josek
DEFENCE
RTR8G4O
April 18, 2005
Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town...
Caslav, Czech Republic
Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base ...
Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav. A Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east from Prague April 18, 2005. The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. REUTERS/Peter Josek
DEFENCE
RTR8G4I
April 18, 2005
Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town...
Caslav, Czech Republic
Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base ...
Czech ground crew officer directs supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav. A Czech ground crew officer directs a supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east from Prague April 18, 2005. The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. REUTERS/Peter Josek
DEFENCE
RTR8G39
April 18, 2005
The Czech ground crew officer lifts up a thumb while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft...
Caslav, Czech Republic
The Czech ground crew officer lifts up a thumb while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen ...
The Czech ground crew officer lifts up a thumb while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav. A Czech ground crew officer gives a thumbs up while directing the supersonic JAS-39 Gripen aircraft at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east of Prague April 18, 2005.The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. REUTERS/Peter Josek
DEFENCE
RTR8FVV
April 18, 2005
A Czech military pilot takes a picture of the pilot who has just landed in a supersonic JAS-39 Gripen...
Caslav, Czech Republic
Supersonic JAS-39 Gripen lands at the military base near the town of Caslav in Czech Republic.
A Czech military pilot takes a picture of the pilot who has just landed in a supersonic JAS-39 Gripen at the military base near the town of Caslav, 80km east of Prague April 18, 2005. The first six aircrafts from the Saab/British Aerospace consortium arrived today in the Czech Republic. According to a leasing contract between Czech Republic and Sweden fourteen JAS-39 Gripen supersonic fighter aircraft will replace outdated Soviet designed Mig-21s to modernize the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. REUTERS/Petr Josek PJ/AA
AIR SINGAPORE
RTRDKDO
February 25, 2004
A TRADE VISITOR CHAT WITH ROLLS-ROYCE REPRESENTATIVE AT THE BIENNIAL ASIAN AEROSPACE 2004 AIRSHOW IN...
Singapore, Singapore - Republic of
A TRADE VISITOR CHAT WITH ROLLS-ROYCE REPRESENTATIVE AT THE BIENNIAL ASIAN AEROSPACE 2004 AIRSHOW ......
A TRADE VISITOR CHAT WITH ROLLS-ROYCE REPRESENTATIVE AT THE BIENNIAL ASIAN AEROSPACE 2004 AIRSHOW IN SINGAPORE. A trade visitor chats with a Rolls-Royce representative at the biennial Asian Aerospace 2004 airshow in Singapore February 25, 2004. British aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce Plc said on Wednesday its bid for a lucrative contract to make engines for Boeing Co's proposed 7E7 jetliner would not spark a surge in development spending. REUTERS/David Loh
MALAYSIA
RTR3X8M
September 30, 2003
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International...
Langkawi, Malaysia
BRITISH RED ARROWS SQUADRON PERFORM AEROBATIC MANEUVERS IN LANGKAWI.
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace 2003
exhibition on the Malaysian resort island of Langkawi on September 30,
2003. Formed in 1964, the nine-man team, which flies distinctive red
BAE Hawk T1 jets, has performed more than 3,000 displays in more than
50 countries. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM
MALAYSIA
RTR3X8F
September 30, 2003
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International...
Langkawi, Malaysia
BRITISH RED ARROWS SQUADRON PERFORM AEROBATIC MANEUVERS IN LANGKAWI.
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace 2003
exhibition on the Malaysian resort island of Langkawi on September 30,
2003. Formed in 1964, the nine-man team, which flies distinctive red
BAE Hawk T1 jets, has performed more than 3,000 displays in more than
50 countries. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM
MALAYSIA
RTR3X7R
September 30, 2003
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International...
Langkawi, Malaysia
BRITISH RED ARROWS SQUADRON PERFORM AEROBATIC MANEUVERS IN LANGKAWI.
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace 2003
exhibition on the Malaysian resort island of Langkawi on September 30,
2003. Formed in 1964, the nine-man team, which flies distinctive red
BAE Hawk T1 jets, has performed more than 3,000 displays in more than
50 countries. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/RCS
MALAYSIA
RTR3X7I
September 30, 2003
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International...
Langkawi, Malaysia
BRITISH RED ARROWS SQUADRON PERFORM AEROBATIC MANEUVERS IN LANGKAWI.
The British Royal Air Force Red Arrows squadron perform an aerobatic
maneuver during the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace 2003
exhibition on the Malaysian resort island of Langkawi on September 30,
2003. Formed in 1964, the nine-man team, which flies distinctive red
BAE Hawk T1 jets, has performed more than 3,000 displays in more than
50 countries. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/RCS
MALAYSIA
RTR3QM7
September 27, 2003
The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
ROYAL BRITISH AIR FORCE RED ARROWS PERFORMS FLYPAST OVER PUTRAJAYA NEAR
KUALA LUMPUR.
The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office of the prime minister of
Malaysia, in the administrative capital of Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur
September 27, 2003. The nine-man team, which flies distinctive red BAE
Systems-made Hawk jet air-craft, demonstrated for the first time in
Putrajaya and the areas around Kuala Lumpur before making their sixth
appearance since 1993 at the Langkawi International Maritime and
Aerospace next week. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/FA
MALAYSIA
RTR3QKS
September 27, 2003
The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
ROYAL BRITISH AIR FORCE RED ARROWS PERFORMS FLYPAST OVER PUTRAJAYA NEAR
KUALA LUMPUR.
The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office of the prime minister of
Malaysia, in the administrative capital of Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur
September 27, 2003. The nine-man team, which flies distinctive red BAE
Systems-made Hawk jet air-craft, demonstrated for the first time in
Putrajaya and the areas around Kuala Lumpur before making their sixth
appearance since 1993 at the Langkawi International Maritime and
Aerospace next week. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/FA
MALAYSIA
RTR3QKC
September 27, 2003
QUALITY REPEAT

The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
ROYAL BRITISH AIR FORCE RED ARROWS PERFORMS FLYPAST OVER PUTRAJAYA NEAR
KUALA LUMPUR.
QUALITY REPEAT

The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office of the prime minister of
Malaysia, in the administrative capital of Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur
September 27, 2003. The nine-man team, which flies distinctive red BAE
Systems-made Hawk jet air-craft, demonstrated for the first time in
Putrajaya and the areas around Kuala Lumpur before making their sixth
appearance since 1993 at the Langkawi International Maritime and
Aerospace next week. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
MALAYSIA
RTR3QIO
September 27, 2003
The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
ROYAL BRITISH AIR FORCE RED ARROWS PERFORMS FLYPAST OVER PUTRAJAYA NEAR
KUALA LUMPUR.
The Royal British Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic team performs a
flypast over "Putra Perdana", the office of the prime minister of
Malaysia, in the administrative capital of Putrajaya, near Kuala Lumpur
September 27, 2003. The nine-man team, which flies distinctive red BAE
Systems-made Hawk jet air-craft, demonstrated for the first time in
Putrajaya and the areas around Kuala Lumpur before making their sixth
appearance since 1993 at the Langkawi International Maritime and
Aerospace next week. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

BM/FA
BRITAIN
RTRAVLW
November 16, 2000
British Prime Minister Tony Blair greets the Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev (3R) as Chairman...
London, UK
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR GREETS KAZAKHSTAN'S PRESIDENT NAZARBAYEV IN LONDON.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair greets the Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev (3R) as Chairman of British Aerospace Sir Dick Evans (R) greets Kazakhstan's Foreign minister Yerlan Idrisov (L) in Downing Street November 16, 2000. Earlier today, Kazakhstan signed a memorandum of understanding with British Aerospace.

KD/BR
BRITAIN
RTRAVLS
November 16, 2000
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) greets Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev (R) in Downing...
London, UK
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR GREETS KAZAKHSTAN'S PRESIDENT NAZARBAYEV IN LONDON.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) greets Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev (R) in Downing Street, London November 16, 2000. Earlier today, Kazakhstan signed a memorandum of understanding with British Aerospace.

KD/BR
MEXICO CRASH
RTR65SU
July 10, 2000
Workers unload coffins with the victims of the Jet Stream J-32 plane crash as they arrive at Tuxtla Gutierrez's...
Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico
AIRLINE WORKERS UNLOAD COFFINS WITH CRASH PLANE VICTIMS IN TUXTLA GUTIERREZ'S AIRPORT.
Workers unload coffins with the victims of the Jet Stream J-32 plane crash as they arrive at Tuxtla Gutierrez's airport, July 10. All 19 people including four children aboard a Mexican domestic airliner were killed when their British Aerospace Jet Stream J-32 plane crashed on Saturday night in southern Chiapas state. Aerocaribe Flight 7831 crashed after leaving the Chiapas capital of Tuxtla Gutierrez en route to Villahermosa in neighboring Tabasco state.

HR/JP
FRANCE-AIRBUS
RTR5K9I
June 23, 2000
CEO of French Lagardere group Jean-Luc Lagardere (L), British Aerospace Systems CEO Richard Evans (C)...
Paris, France
AIRBUS PARTNERS MEET TO GIVE GO-AHEAD FOR AIRBUS A3XX LAUNCH.
CEO of French Lagardere group Jean-Luc Lagardere (L), British Aerospace Systems CEO Richard Evans (C) and Germany's Daimler-Chrysler CEO Manfred Bischoff (R) join in a three-way handshake in front of a model of an Airbus A3XX in Paris June 23. The Airbus partners gave the group the go-ahead for the launch of the 555-seat airliner by the end of the year.

MAL/
MASEFIELD
RTXJQF4
April 12, 2000
Marketing director of British aerospace BAE Systems Plc, Charles Masefield, stands infront of the company's...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Marketing director of British aerospace BAE Systems Plc, Charles Masefield, stands infront of the co.....
Marketing director of British aerospace BAE Systems Plc, Charles Masefield, stands infront of the company's logo during a defence exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, April 12.[ Masefield said on Wednesday the company is not in talks to merge with Seattle-based Boeing Co., as reported by a U.K. Sunday paper. ]
ARMS BAE
RTR32DB
April 12, 2000
MARKETING DIRECTOR OF BAE SYSTEMS, CHARLES MASEFIELD, STANDS INFRONT OF THE COMPANY'S LOGO DURING A DEFENCE...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
MARKETING DIRECTOR OF BAE SYSTEMS, CHARLES MASEFIELD, STANDS INFRONT OF THE COMPANY'S LOGO DURING ......
MARKETING DIRECTOR OF BAE SYSTEMS, CHARLES MASEFIELD, STANDS INFRONT OF THE COMPANY'S LOGO DURING A DEFENCE EXHIBITION IN KUALA LUMPUR.


Marketing director of British aerospace BAE Systems Plc, Charles Masefield, stands infront of the company's logo during a defence exhibition in Kuala Lumpur, April 12. Masefield said on Wednesday the company is not in talks to merge with Seattle-based Boeing Co., as reported by a U.K. Sunday paper.
FRANCE-AIRBUS
RTRT24E
December 07, 1999
The planned Airbus Industrie A3XX double-decker passenger jets is seen in this computer generated image,...
Toulouse, France (French Republic)
COMPUTER GENERATED IIMAGE OF AIRBUS A3XX DOUBLE-DECKER PASSENGER JET.
The planned Airbus Industrie A3XX double-decker passenger jets is seen in this computer generated image, December 7. Airbus Industrie's supervisory board will meet in Toulouse on Wednesday to discuss where to build the A3XX double-decker passenger jets which will be the largest aircraft in the world when it enters service around 2005. The Airbus consortium comprises Dasa and its merger partners Aerospatiale Matra and Spain's Casa, as well as Baesystems, formerly known as British Aerospace.

JES/FMS
FRANCE-AIRBUS
RTRT248
December 07, 1999
The planned Airbus Industrie A3XX double-decker passenger jets is seen in this computer generated image,...
Toulouse, France (French Republic)
COMPUTER GENERATED IIMAGE OF AIRBUS A3XX DOUBLE-DECKER PASSENGER JET.
The planned Airbus Industrie A3XX double-decker passenger jets is seen in this computer generated image, December 7. Airbus Industrie's supervisory board will meet in Toulouse on Wednesday to discuss where to build the A3XX double-decker passenger jets which will be the largest aircraft in the world when it enters service around 2005. The Airbus consortium comprises Dasa and its merger partners Aerospatiale Matra and Spain's Casa, as well as Baesystems, formerly known as British Aerospace.

JES/
SWEDEN
RTRSGFJ
November 16, 1999
Saab AB chairman Anders Scharp (L) speaks with Celsius AB chairman Lennart Nilsson in Stockholm November...
Stockholm, Sweden - Kingdom of
SAAB CHAIRMAN SCHARP AND CELCIUS CHAIRMAN NILSSON SPEAK IN STOCKHOLM.
Saab AB chairman Anders Scharp (L) speaks with Celsius AB chairman Lennart Nilsson in Stockholm November 16. Swedish defence group Saab AB agreed to buy its rival Celsius AB for five billion crowns ($600 million) on Tuesday, creating the largest Nordic arms maker as European consolidation speeds up. The merger of Sweden's two main defence companies was triggered by calls last week from the Swedish government - their main customer - as it slashes military spending in a sweeping overhaul of its defence in the post Cold War era. Military aircraft, missiles and electronic systems will form the core businesses of the new group, which had proforma sales of 23 billion crowns in 1998. It will have 18,300 employees. Sweden's government, which has 24.9 percent of capital and 61.7 percent in Celsius, gave the deal its blessing, as did Saab's main shareholders British Aerospace and Sweden's Investor AB.

lb/JDP
SLOVAKIA CRASH
RTR116QQ
June 06, 1999
A British Aerospace Hawk 200, flies seconds before it crashed next to the airport during the Fifth International...
Bratislava, Slovakia
UK PLANE CRASHES IN SLOVAKIA AIR SHOW.
A British Aerospace Hawk 200, flies seconds before it crashed next to the airport during the Fifth International Aviation Days SIAD '99, in Bratislava June 6. The plane hit the ground with its wing and exploded immediately after the crash, some four minutes before the expected end of his performance. British Aerospace and Royal Air Force pilot Graham Wardell, 45, was killed on the spot and an unidentified civilian woman died on the ground, SITA news agency quoted British Aerospace official Julian Scopes as saying.

FMS/JDP
SLOVAKIA CRASH
RTRPT9J
June 06, 1999
A piece of a British Aerospace Hawk 200 lies on the ground after it crashed during the SIAD '99 air show...
Slovakia
UK PLANE CRASHES IN SLOVAKIA AIRSHOW.
A piece of a British Aerospace Hawk 200 lies on the ground after it crashed during the SIAD '99 air show in Bratislava 6 June. Slovak news agencies reported that two people had died when the pilot probably failed to perform an aerobatic manoeuvre.

FMS
SLOVAKIA CRASH
RTRPT9A
June 06, 1999
Flames rise at the crash site of a British Aerospace Hazk 200 after it crashed during the SIAD '99 air...
Slovakia
UK PLANE CRASHES IN SLOVAKIA AIR SHOW.
Flames rise at the crash site of a British Aerospace Hazk 200 after it crashed during the SIAD '99 air show in Bratislava 6 June. Slovak news agencies reported that two people had died when the pilot probably failed to perform an aerobatic manoeuvre.

FMS
GERMANY DASA
RTRKPGZ
December 30, 1998
FILE PICTURE 13FEB97 - Manfred Bischoff, chairman of DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA) smiles during...
Munich, Germany
DASA CEO MANFREDD BISCHOFF SMILES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN MUNICH.
FILE PICTURE 13FEB97 - Manfred Bischoff, chairman of DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA) smiles during a news conference in Munich, 13 February 1997. DASA on Wednesday dismissed as speculation a British newspaper report that it had agreed outline terms for a $25 billion merger with British Aerospace.

WR/WS
GERMANY DASA
RTRKPGN
December 30, 1998
FILE PICTURE 20JAN98 - Manfred Bischoff, chairman of DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA) poses in front...
Munich, Germany
DASA CEO MANFRED BISCHOFF POSES IN FRONT OF AN EUROFIGHTER IN MUNICH.
FILE PICTURE 20JAN98 - Manfred Bischoff, chairman of DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA) poses in front of a prototype of the military aircraft called "eurofighter" in Munich, 20 January 1998. DASA on Wednesday dismissed as speculation a British newspaper report that it had agreed outline terms for a $25 billion merger with British Aerospace.

WR/WS
GERMANY
RTRKPG9
December 30, 1998
FILE PICTURE 14JAN97 - A file picture shows the assembly plant of German Airbus consortium, DASA in Hamburg,...
Hamburg, Germany
PICTURES SHOWS THE ASSEMBLY HALL OF DASA IN HAMBURG.
FILE PICTURE 14JAN97 - A file picture shows the assembly plant of German Airbus consortium, DASA in Hamburg, 14 January 1998. DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG (DASA) on Wednesday dismissed as speculation a British newspaper report that it had agreed outline terms for a $25 billion merger with British Aerospace.

WR/WS
SOUTH AFRICA
RTXHYDD
November 18, 1998
A Swedish fighter plane flies during a display in Pretoria November 18. The South African cabinet had...
Pretoria, South Africa
A Swedish fighter plane flies during a display in Pretoria November 18. The South African cabinet h.....
A Swedish fighter plane flies during a display in Pretoria November 18. The South African cabinet had approved preferred bidders for a proposed arms purchase worth almost 30 billion (US$5 billion) rand in return for 110 billion (18.3 billion) billion rand in investment guarantees, technology transfers, export orders and joint-venture deals. Britain and Sweden were named the top candidates to deliver 28 Gripen advanced jet fighters, built jointly by Saab AB and British Aerospace Plc, in a deal worth 10.9 billion (US$1.8 billion) rand and due to be matched by 48 billion (US$8 billion) rand in industrial participation and 23,000 jobs in South Africa.
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ARMS SAFRICA
RTRJJAQ
November 18, 1998
A Swedish fighter plane flies during a display in Pretoria November 18. The South African cabinet had...
Pretoria, South Africa
A SWEDISH FIGHT PLANE DISPLAY IN PRETORIA.
A Swedish fighter plane flies during a display in Pretoria November 18. The South African cabinet had approved preferred bidders for a proposed arms purchase worth almost 30 billion (US$5 billion) rand in return for 110 billion (18.3 billion) billion rand in investment guarantees, technology transfers, export orders and joint-venture deals. Britain and Sweden were named the top candidates to deliver 28 Gripen advanced jet fighters, built jointly by Saab AB and British Aerospace Plc, in a deal worth 10.9 billion (US$1.8 billion) rand and due to be matched by 48 billion (US$8 billion) rand in industrial participation and 23,000 jobs in South Africa.

JN/JDP
GRIPEN
RTXHVIQ
November 16, 1998
A Gripen multi task fighter plane performs over the Waterkloof airforce base November 16. The Gripen,...
Waterkloof Airforce Base, South Africa
A Gripen multi task fighter plane performs over the Waterkloof airforce base November 16. The Gripen.....
A Gripen multi task fighter plane performs over the Waterkloof airforce base November 16. The Gripen, built jointly by Sweden's SAAB and British Aerospace, is bidding to be the fighter South Africa chooses as part of a 30 billion rand project to re-arm its defense forces.
**DIGITAL IMAGE**
SAFRICA GRIPEN
RTRJFUN
November 16, 1998
SWIDISH AIRFORCE MAJOR GENERAL JAN JONSSON PLUGS HIS EARS AS HE WATCHES GRIPEN MULTI TASK FIGHTER PLANE...
Waterkloof Airforce Base, South Africa
SWIDISH AIRFORCE MAJOR GENERAL JAN JONSSON PLUGS HIS EARS AS HE WATCHES GRIPEN MULTI TASK ...
SWIDISH AIRFORCE MAJOR GENERAL JAN JONSSON PLUGS HIS EARS AS HE WATCHES GRIPEN MULTI TASK FIGHTER PLANE PERFORM.


Swedish Airforce Major General Jan Jonsson plugs his ears as he watches a Gripen multi task fighter plane perform at the Waterkloof airforce base November 16. The Gripen, built jointly by Sweden's SAAB and British Aerospace, is bidding to be the fighter South Africa chooses as part of a 30 billion rand project to re-arm its defense forces.
SAFRICA GRIPEN
RTRJFUI
November 16, 1998
A Gripen multi task fighter plane performs over the Waterkloof airforce base November 16. The Gripen,...
Waterkloof Airforce Base, South Africa
GRIPEN MULTI TASK FIGHTER PLANE PERFORMS OVER WATERKLOOF AIRFORCE BASE.
A Gripen multi task fighter plane performs over the Waterkloof airforce base November 16. The Gripen, built jointly by Sweden's SAAB and British Aerospace, is bidding to be the fighter South Africa chooses as part of a 30 billion rand project to re-arm its defense forces.

PA/
SAFRICA FIGHTERS
RTRJ363
November 05, 1998
Traffic comes to a standstill as a fighter jet is towed through the streets of Cape Town November 3....
Cape Town, South Africa
SWEDISH GRIPEN FIGHTER TOWED THROUGH CAPE TOWN.
Traffic comes to a standstill as a fighter jet is towed through the streets of Cape Town November 3. British Aerospace has quietly shipped two of the Anglo-Swedish Gripen fighters into South Africa. The company claims that the jets are due to be displayed at the upcoming Defense Exhibition South Africa (Dexsa) but says that it is purely co-incidental that the Gripen is amongst the front runners in an arms contract to be announced at the show.

MH/
DASA
RTXHYR4
October 12, 1998
Germany's Daimler Benz Aerospace AG (Dasa) headquarters are shown in Ottobrunn near Munich October 12....
OTTOBRUNN, Germany
Germany's Daimler Benz Aerospace AG (Dasa) headquarters are shown in Ottobrunn near Munich October 1.....
Germany's Daimler Benz Aerospace AG (Dasa) headquarters are shown in Ottobrunn near Munich October 12. [Dasa, reacting to a report it planned to merge with British Aeropspace Plc, said on Monday its goal remained to form a trilateral alliance including France's Aerospatiale. ]
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