Pt.-6 In this series we look at the Latest Assets that will be fazed into the Royal Air Force in the next couple of year’s.
Making there First public appearance were no less then five new Trainer types at this Year’s Royal International Air Tattoo 17.
We start of with the fixed wing training section of aircraft with three new types the Grob G-120tp to replace the Grob G-115 Tutors,Beechcraft T-6c to replace the Shorts Tacano and the Embraer Phenom 100 to replace the Leased Beechcraft King air 200s. The aircraft are due to be introduced, to receptively deliver elementary, basic multi-engine training for the Royal Air Force And Royal Navy. All three types were in a section on there own with members of the company’s answering questions about them.
the Rotary element consisted of two new training types H-135 Juno HT-1 and the H-145 Jupiter HT-1. The RAF received the first military registered helicopters in the UK Military Flying Training System Project back in early July. The helicopters have been awarded their military Release to Service ahead of the planed April 2018. These two helicopters were also in the static alongside one of it’s replacement types, Eurocopter As350 Squirrel and were in a better, photographically position then there fixed wing contemporary’s.