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During 2009 the USA recorded increased military aircraft and missile sales to $61.7 bn and $14.8 bn respectively. UK defence aerospace sales in 2008 were £10.3 bn, representing an annual increase of 3.1%. UK defence aerospace exports grew by 21.4% over the same period. Competition remains strong in all sectors, with manufacturers across the globe providing options for fighters and transport aircraft, rotary wing and unmanned aircraft systems. The latter type should see continued increase in demand, with the US military requirement being forecast to double between 2010 and 2015. In the current economic climate, defence spending has to compete against other demands on government funding, as illustrated by the UK’s recent Strategic Defence and Security Review. Regardless of the other calls on public spending, there will always be a demand for defence equipment and services, with a requirement for efficient competition and effective developments in military aviation.
(Source of information Aerospace Industries Association 2009 Year End Review; SBAC Aerospace Industry Survey 2009)
AirForces Monthly is devoted to all aspects of modern military aviation. With a formidable reputation for reporting from worldwide locations not generally covered by other military magazines, its world news is the best available and represents all aircraft and air arms, region-by-region.
It provides an unrivalled combination of news and reporting, with its renowned editorial team aided by the best network of freelance contributors and photographers anywhere in the world AirForces Monthly has gained a reputation as the only magazine that truly features global air arms. It is the finest dedicated military aviation magazine available.
AirForces Monthly is read in over 100 countries worldwide and is read by heads of arms, military air attaches, procurement specialists, military personal and well informed enthusiasts.
- A4, glossy, saddle stitched
- Monthly frequency
- Established in 1988
- Cover price £4.30
- ABC 20,776 (Jan – Dec 2010)
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