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BRITAIN-EU/TRADE
RTSQ08X
September 29, 2016
Managing Director Tony Birmingham (3rd R) shows International Trade Secretary Liam Fox (2nd L) a Euro...
Manchester, United Kingdom
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox visits EDM Ltd in Newton Heath, Manchester
Managing Director Tony Birmingham (3rd R) shows International Trade Secretary Liam Fox (2nd L) a Euro Fighter simulator, during a visit to EDM Ltd in Newton Heath, Manchester, Britain September 29, 2016. REUTERS/Anthony Devlin
BRITAIN-EU/TRADE
RTSQ08U
September 29, 2016
Managing Director Tony Birmingham (R) shows International Trade Secretary Liam Fox a Euro Fighter simulator,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox visits EDM Ltd in Newton Heath, Manchester
Managing Director Tony Birmingham (R) shows International Trade Secretary Liam Fox a Euro Fighter simulator, during a visit to EDM Ltd in Newton Heath, Manchester, Britain September 29, 2016. REUTERS/Anthony Devlin
BRITAIN-EU/TRADE
RTSQ08C
September 29, 2016
Managing Director Tony Birmingham (L) shows International Trade Secretary Liam Fox a Euro Fighter simulator,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox visits EDM Ltd in Newton Heath, Manchester
Managing Director Tony Birmingham (L) shows International Trade Secretary Liam Fox a Euro Fighter simulator, during a visit to EDM Ltd in Newton Heath, Manchester, Britain September 29, 2016. REUTERS/Anthony Devlin
GERMANY-DEFENCE/MERKEL
RTSBH2C
March 21, 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands next to an ejection seat as she talks to soldiers during her visit...
NOERVENICH, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel visits Eurofighter airbase in Noervenich
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands next to an ejection seat as she talks to soldiers during her visit at the German Luftwaffe airbase "Air Force wing 31" in Noervenich near Cologne, Germany, March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-DEFENCE/MERKEL
RTSBH1S
March 21, 2016
A combination of four pictures shows German Chancellor Angela Merkel talking to soldiers during her visit...
NOERVENICH, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel visits Eurofighter airbase in Noervenich
A combination of four pictures shows German Chancellor Angela Merkel talking to soldiers during her visit at the German Luftwaffe airbase "Air Force wing 31" in Noervenich near Cologne, Germany, March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-DEFENCE/MERKEL
RTSBGUC
March 21, 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to soldiers during her visit at the German Luftwaffe airbase "Air...
NOERVENICH, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel visits Eurofighter airbase in Noervenich
German Chancellor Angela Merkel talks to soldiers during her visit at the German Luftwaffe airbase "Air Force wing 31" in Noervenich near Cologne, Germany, March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFOX
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) walks with Group Captain David Manning (R) past an RAF Eurofighter...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron visits Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) walks with Group Captain David Manning (R) past an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet and a Royal Navy Wildcat multi-role helicopter during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFOT
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) walks with Group Captain David Manning (R) past an RAF Eurofighter...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron visits Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) walks with Group Captain David Manning (R) past an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFMQ
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) walks with Group Captain David Manning (R) past an RAF Eurofighter...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron visits Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) walks with Group Captain David Manning (R) past an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet and a Royal Navy Wildcat multi-role helicopter during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFGC
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (3rd L) looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (3rd L) looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFG1
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) speaks with military personnel as he stands between an RAF...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with military personnel during his visit to Royal Air Force...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) speaks with military personnel as he stands between an RAF Sentinel surveillance aircraft (L) and an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFFB
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) speaks with military personnel as he stands between an RAF...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with military personnel during his visit to Royal Air Force...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) speaks with military personnel as he stands between an RAF Sentinel surveillance aircraft (L) and an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFD9
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
BRITAIN-DEFENCE/
RTX1VFCC
November 23, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his...
Northolt, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit...
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) looks at an RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet during his visit to Royal Air Force station RAF Northolt in London, Britain November 23, 2015. Britain will invest an extra 12 billion pounds ($18 billion) in defense equipment over the next 10 years including nine Boeing submarine-hunting aircraft, Cameron said on Monday. REUTERS/Justin Tallis/pool
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ9T
September 02, 2015
A Red ribbon which reads "Remove Before Flight" hangs on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Red ribbon which reads "Remove Before Flight" hangs on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont...
A Red ribbon which reads "Remove Before Flight" hangs on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ91
September 02, 2015
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in...
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ8F
September 02, 2015
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ7Q
September 02, 2015
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ7N
September 02, 2015
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ7L
September 02, 2015
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ78
September 02, 2015
A pilot works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A pilot works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A pilot works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6R
September 02, 2015
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6N
September 02, 2015
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6I
September 02, 2015
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ3B
September 02, 2015
A pilot works on Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A pilot works on Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A pilot works on Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ2W
September 02, 2015
A M88 engine, produced by Snecma and which powers a Rafale jet fighter, is pictured at the air base in...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A M88 engine, produced by Snecma and which powers a Rafale jet fighter, is pictured at the air base in...
A M88 engine, produced by Snecma and which powers a Rafale jet fighter, is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ2B
September 02, 2015
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ1Q
September 02, 2015
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ0S
September 02, 2015
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPZW
September 02, 2015
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPZU
September 02, 2015
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPY5
September 02, 2015
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPXW
September 02, 2015
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPWX
September 02, 2015
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in...
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPWB
September 02, 2015
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in...
A view shows M88 engines, produced by Snecma and which power Rafale jet fighters, at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPVA
September 02, 2015
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPV8
September 02, 2015
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPV6
September 02, 2015
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPQL
September 02, 2015
A placard which reads "Egyptian eyes only area" is pictured at the entrance of a desk where Egyptian's...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A placard which reads "Egyptian eyes only area" is pictured at the entrance of a desk where Egyptian's...
A placard which reads "Egyptian eyes only area" is pictured at the entrance of a desk where Egyptian's pilots work in the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPPU
September 02, 2015
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPPB
September 02, 2015
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers and pilots work on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPPA
September 02, 2015
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPO4
September 02, 2015
An engine of a Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
An engine of a Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan,
An engine of a Rafale jet fighter is pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPNK
September 02, 2015
Red ribbons which read "Remove Before Flight" are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Red ribbons which read "Remove Before Flight" are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Red ribbons which read "Remove Before Flight" are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPM6
September 02, 2015
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A French soldier works on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPLN
September 02, 2015
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers and pilots work on a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPKW
September 02, 2015
Pilots attend a training course on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Pilots attend a training course on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Pilots attend a training course on Rafale jet fighters at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPKB
September 02, 2015
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPK8
September 02, 2015
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan
A pilot trains on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPJT
September 02, 2015
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Pilots train on a Rafale jet fighter simulator at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPJI
September 02, 2015
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale fighter jet takes off from the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPJF
September 02, 2015
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPIX
September 02, 2015
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015....
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan
A Rafale fighter jet flies over the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
SPAIN-MILITARY/
RTX1LVT6
July 26, 2015
One Eurofighter and some C-101 Aviojets from the Spanish Air Force aerobatic group Patrulla Aguila fly...
Gijon, Spain
One Eurofighter and some C-101 Aviojets from the Spanish Air Force aerobatic group Patrulla Aguila fly...
One Eurofighter and some C-101 Aviojets from the Spanish Air Force aerobatic group Patrulla Aguila fly over San Lorenzo beach during an aerial exhibition in Gijon, northern Spain, July 26, 2015. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso
FRANCE-QATAR/RAFALE
RTX1BLKZ
May 05, 2015
French President Francois Hollande (C) talks to students as he visits the French Qatari School Voltaire...
Doha, Qatar
French President Francois Hollande talks to students as he visits the French Qatari School Voltaire in...
French President Francois Hollande (C) talks to students as he visits the French Qatari School Voltaire in Doha, Qatar, May 4, 2015. President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro ($7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets. Picture taken May 4, 2015. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool
FRANCE-QATAR/RAFALE
RTX1BLKW
May 05, 2015
French President Francois Hollande (C) talks to students as he visits the French Qatari School Voltaire...
Doha, Qatar
French President Francois Hollande talks to students as he visits the French Qatari School Voltaire in...
French President Francois Hollande (C) talks to students as he visits the French Qatari School Voltaire in Doha, Qatar, May 4, 2015. President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro ($7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets. Picture taken May 4, 2015. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool
FRANCE-QATAR/RAFALE
RTX1BLJO
May 05, 2015
French President Francois Hollande (L) and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani (2ndR) look on...
Doha, Qatar
French President Hollande and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani look on as Eric Trappier,...
French President Francois Hollande (L) and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani (2ndR) look on as Eric Trappier, Dassault Aviation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and Qatatr's Gen. Ahmad Al-Malki sign the agreement at the Diwan Palace in Doha, Qatar, May 4, 2015. President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro ($7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool
FRANCE-QATAR/RAFALE
RTX1BLIS
May 05, 2015
Eric Trappier, Dassault Aviation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, attends a signing ceremony at...
Doha, Qatar
Eric Trappier, Dassault Aviation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, attends a signing ceremony at...
Eric Trappier, Dassault Aviation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, attends a signing ceremony at the Diwan Palace in Doha, Qatar, May 4, 2015. President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro ($7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool
FRANCE-QATAR/RAFALE
RTX1BLIC
May 05, 2015
French President Francois Hollande (L) walks with by Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani at...
Doha, Qatar
French President Francois Hollande walks with Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani at the Diwan...
French President Francois Hollande (L) walks with by Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani at the Diwan Palace in Doha, Qatar May 4, 2015. President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro ($7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool
FRANCE-QATAR/RAFALE
RTX1BLI9
May 05, 2015
French President Francois Hollande (L) and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani (2ndR) look on...
Doha, Qatar
French President Francois Hollande arrives with Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani to attend...
French President Francois Hollande (L) and Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani (2ndR) look on as French Defense minister Jean-Yves le Drian (2ndL) and Qatari Defense Minister Hamad bin Ali al-Attiyah sign the agreement at the Diwan Palace in Doha, Qatar, Monday, May 4, 2015. President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro ($7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets. REUTERS/Christophe Ena/Pool
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