Air-to-air solutions leader to help ensure ongoing, effective operations of French Air Force refuelling tankers through three-year in-service contract
Test is Major Milestone in Development of Unmanned Aerial Refuelers
Leader in advanced aircraft life support systems continues success in delivering safe, reliable pilot oxygen equipment
Global leader in air refuelling systems delivering bespoke probe solutions tailored to individual customer requirements
VigilOX™ sensors data is analyzed post-flight to help inform conditions around unexplained physiological events
Aerospace air refuelling, life support systems leader to enhance rapid response to aircraft on ground through advanced Service Centre hub for Voyager's fleet of A330s
Cobham Mission Systems awarded follow-on contract for E-2D Advanced Hawkeye
Cobham announces to the Space satellite industry that it has successfully completed qualification testing of its lightweight, high-flow electric propulsion Xenon regulator.
Cobham is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Cropmead facility of the British
aerospace and defence company, Tods Aerospace.
Cobham has been awarded a three year maintenance contract by Tinker Air Force Base to overhaul Cobham supplied B-1 oxygen system components in support of combat mission readiness.
Wimborne, United Kingdom: Rafael Advanced Defence Systems and Cobham Mission Systems (CMS) have agreed to a non-exclusive arrangement that will enable a joint approach to combine Rafael's missile capabilities with Cobham launchers.
The integrated O2 system features SureSTREAM™ Concentrator.
Smart Electronic Regulator will auto-adjust oxygen dose based on pilot physiological cues.
Boeing have delivered the first two KC-46A Pegasus tanker aircraft to the U.S. Air Force.
Cobham celebrates its role working with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA JPL) and industry partners to enable the successful landing of NASA's InSight (Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport).
Global aerospace innovator, Cobham, has been developing space technology for over 60 years.
Cobham to provide life support and propulsion components
Game changing Aerial Refuelling Simulation Technology reduces extent of flight testing.
Cobham sensors collecting data to help discern conditions around physiological events.
New contract makes a combined fleet of more than 1.600 737NGs with Cobham equipment.
Cobham to provide Next Gen Oxygen Concentrator and Electronic Seat Mounted Regulator
Cobham sensors begin collecting data to help discern conditions around physiological events.
This year Cobham Mission Systems, Wimborne will be raising funds for:
Macmillan Caring Locally,
Poole Hospital Cancer Treatment Trust (Scanner Appeal) and
Margaret Green Animal Rescue
Cobham supplies the Wing-mounted Aerial Refuelling Pods (WARPS) used by the A400M
Cobham pneumatics technology enhances mission capability
Cobham sensors will help identify root cause of military aviation physiological events
Cobham has been awarded a contract in excess of £7M from Korean Aerospace Industries Ltd (KAI) to provide weapons carriage and release equipment for the future KF-X next-generation indigenous multi-role fighter aircraft.
To celebrate the opening of 6 hectares of additional parkland at Upton Country Park, Cobham apprentices have designed & created an outdoor 'picture frame.' This frame beautifully captures the natural landscape and the views over Poole Harbour.
Cobham awarded contract by Boeing for pyrotechnic valves for the Space Launch System
Simulator Demonstrates Real-Time Hose and Drogue Dynamics
Low pressure multi-purpose latch valve offers greater flexibility to system designers
Cobham’s 912E Wing Air Refuelling Pods have successfully completed the first airborne connection between Embraer’s KC-390 multi-mission medium transport aircraft and a fighter aircraft.
Cobham’s Centreline Aerial Refuelling System demonstrated by A400M
Cobham has been awarded a contract by the Bell-Boeing Joint Project Office to develop a palletized aerial refuelling system to give the the US Marine Corps’ MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft the ability refuel other aircraft while inflight.
For military leavers or ex leavers, Career Transition Partnership is one of the largest recruitment events in the UK
Ageas Bowl, Botley Road, West End, Southampton, SO30 3XH
Cobham has provided its world-leading air-to-air refuelling technology as part of the Voyager Programme
Cobham sensors to help identify unresolved causes of hypoxia like symptoms
You can now purchase Ceramic Oxygen Generation System (COGS) technology for gas generation online through the GSA’s Advantage!® procurement system
You can now purchase Mobile Aircrew Restraint Systems (MARS) online through the GSA’s Advantage!® procurement system.
Cobham has received notification from the United States Air Force that the Mobile Aircrew Restraint System (MARS has been added to their Qualified Product Database QPD-8236.
In July 2016, the AirTanker programme accomplished its 10,000th flight since the first Voyager took to the skies in April 2012 operating for the Royal Air Force.
Embraer Defence and Security has achieved a significant milestone in the KC-390 Tactical Military Tanker and Transport Aircraft program by demonstrating the Cobham aerial refuelling systems installed in the KC-390 prototype 001.
Orchard Park, New York – Cobham introduces at the Farnborough International Air Show 2016 (Hall 4, Stand G68) an enhanced Electric Propulsion Xenon Regulator to the satellite industry that redefines what the market has to offer today.
SUREPAC compressor offers precise variable control for optimal performance and extended life
New sensors to help identify unresolved causes of hypoxia like symptoms
The Boeing [NYSE: BA] test team successfully completed the first flight of the programme’s second KC-46A tanker aircraft yesterday, taking off from Paine Field and landing later at Boeing Field in Seattle.
SUREPAC compressor offers precise variable control for optimal performance and extended life.
A combined Boeing/U.S. Air Force aircrew aboard the KC-46 tanker successfully refueled an F/A-18 aircraft in flight February 10th
The KC-46A Pegasus notched another success this week when the systems at the heart of aerial refuelling were demonstrated on EMD-2 with the deployment of both drogue systems and the boom.
Boeing’s first fully-configured KC-46A aerial refuelling tanker successfully completed its first flight on Friday 25th September, 2015. Fitted with a comprehensive suite of Aerial Refuelling equipment including Cobham Wing Aerial Refuelling Pods (WARPs), the aircraft flew for four hours whilst test pilots performed a range of operational checks on engines, flight controls and environmental systems and took the tanker to a maximum altitude of 35,000 feet prior to landing.
Cobham has developed a new aerial refuelling reception coupling to meet the advanced technical requirements of the latest tanker aircraft platforms.
Cobham to develop life support system able to predict and prevent hypoxic symptoms
The team at Cobham has secured an unnamed launch customer for its new, high performance and long-life Air Separation Module (ASM) for 737 Next Generation (NG) commercial airlines.
The Boeing KC-46 test program completed flight flutter tests on EMD 1 – an integral part of the certification process of any new aircraft program to ensure the design is structurally sound.
Cobham Mission Systems introduces its new Electric Propulsion Xenon Regulator and Latching Isolation Valve to the satellite industry at the 2015 Propulsion Energy Show (Booth 308).
Cobham air-to-air refuelling was used to prove the autonomous refuelling capability of the US Navy’s X-47B unmanned aerial system.
Cobham’s 908E Wing Dispense Equipment once again proved successful in demonstrating the ability to transfer fuel from the Airbus A400M to two F/A-18 Spanish Air Force fighters during the aircrafts latest flight trials.
Embraer completed the first flight of the KC-390 tanker-transport from its Gavião Peixoto facility in Brazil on Feb. 3, marking the start of an intensive two-year flight-test and certification program which will incorporate Cobham’s wing air refuelling pods, refuelling probes, auxiliary tanks, audio systems and nose radomes.
Cobham's 908E air to air refuelling pods have successfully demonstrated the ability to transfer fuel from the Airbus A400M to a Spanish Air Force F/A-18 Hornet with a series of probe to drogue contacts during recent flight trials in Seville, Spain. Throughout the flight tests 33 dry contacts were made and 18.6 tonnes of fuel were passed in 35 wet contacts.
During December 2013 three US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) CV-22s tiltrotor aircraft attempted to evacuate a UN compound in South Sudan. Upon arrival, the aircraft were attacked by hostile ground forces, resulting in significant battle damage causing multiple system failures, including the fuel system aboard all three aircraft.
Cobham Life Support will be introducing its new maritime safety system, Survivor+ at OTC 2014, May 5-8 in Houston, Texas.
RAF Voyager has carried out its’ first flight with RAF crews as a three-point tanker, completing an air-to-air refuelling sortie over the Cornish Coast.
Following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by Boeing and Cobham in June 2013, Cobham has recently secured the first two annual Lots for the supply of Refuelling Probes for the V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft in support of the second V-22 multiyear award from the US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).
AirTanker supplies Voyager and everything needed to support aircraft operation to the RAF to deliver a new strategic and tactical air transport and air-to-air refuelling capability to UK Armed Forces around the globe.
Last week, Berchtesgaden, Germany played host to the euRathlon, an outdoor robotics competition where 14 teams tested the intelligence, autonomy and grit of their robots that competed in mock emergency-response scenarios.
RAF Voyager and Typhoon have completed more than 350 contacts, part of a rapid build-up of capability in the Voyager programme in support of air defence and air transport roles.
Cobham has been awarded a contract by the US Army worth up to $7.1 million to overhaul and upgrade Nitrogen Inerting Units (NIUs) for the AH-64 Apache helicopter
World-leading UK research programme paves the way
for future civil unmanned aviation
Australia has commenced tanking trials between its Airbus Military A330 multi-role tanker transport (MRTT) aircraft and Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornets.
In February the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) announced that the KC-30A Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) aircraft have reached Initial Operational Capability (IOC).
Equipped with Cobham Mission Equipment’s aerial refuelling pods, the first of three A330 MRTTs built for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Air Force was delivered 6 February by Airbus Military during a ceremony at Getafe, Spain.
For the first time, two Lockheed Martin F-35C test aircraft refuelled together with a Lockheed Martin KC-130 Hercules
The Voyager Programme has taken another significant stride forward towards delivery of core capability of nine aircraft by Mid-2014 with the arrival of Voyager 03 into Brize Norton on 19 December.
Cobham has been awarded a five-year contract valued to supply On-Board Inert Gas Generating System (OBIGGS) Nitrogen Inert Units for US Army AH-64 Apache helicopters.