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Denel’s troubles delaying maintenance of SAAF aircraft

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The liquidity crisis within Denel is hampering the maintenance of South African Air Force (SAAF) aircraft, including the Rooivalk and Oryx helicopters and C-130...

Denel dragging the SAAF down

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The sorry state of affairs at Denel is impacting on the ability of the SA Air Force (SAAF) to meet ordered commitments resulting in,...

Moderate loss for Denel Aeronautics in last financial year

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Denel Aeronautics recorded a R61 million loss in the 2019/20 financial year on revenue of R770 million. For the previous financial year, the division made...

Denel still seeing interest in Rooivalk

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Denel Aeronautics is still receiving international interest in its Rooivalk attack helicopter, with consistent enquiries for a number of years. Since around 2015, Denel has...

Denel Aeronautics refocuses

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Since the implementation of Denel’s turnaround strategy and the exit of the aerostructures business, Denel Aeronautics has become a leaner and more focussed company,...

Denel progressing with exit of aerostructures business

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Denel has said it is making good progress with the process of exiting its aerostructures manufacturing business and is attempting to limit resulting job...

Denel Aeronautics losing contracts

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Apart from voluntarily exiting the Airbus A400M components contracts to cut costs, Denel Aeronautics has lost its contracts with GKN and HondaJet due to...

No injuries reported from Denel Aeronautics fire

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No injuries were reported from a fire at Denel’s Kempton Park campus on Wednesday morning. Denel said in a statement that the fire was contained...

Denel looking to stop manufacture of A400M components

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As part of its turnaround strategy, Denel is looking to halt production of historically loss-making A400M components for Airbus. In a statement issued on 30...

Tidy profit for Denel Aeronautics

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Denel Aeronautics has made a R200 million profit for the 2017/18 financial year in spite of liquidity and other challenges within the Group. Denel Aeronautics...

Draken International pilots begin training on ex-SAAF Cheetahs

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Pilots with Draken International have begun transition training on the Atlas Cheetah as the US-based company prepares to take delivery of 12...

Denel still pushing ahead with SARA

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Denel Aeronautics is still pursuing the Small African Regional Aircraft (SARA) and is hoping to proceed with the next phase of development,...

Denel’s A400M component deliveries on track

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Denel Aerostructures (now part of Denel Aeronautics) successfully delivered all A400M components to Airbus Military as required, and generated R510 million in...

Denel Aeronautics receives A350 component contract

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Denel Aeronautics has received a contract to produce A350 components for one of Airbus's biggest suppliers. Theo Kleynhans, in charge of Denel...

A taste of high-flying science at Denel annual youth camps

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Denel is giving high school learners in six provinces a rare opportunity to brush up on their maths and science performance through tuition and...

A taste of high-flying science at Denel annual youth camps

SA Air Force engineers will bring physical science and maths concepts to life by offering insights into the principles of flight, propulsion and navigation.Denel...

Busy times for the Rooivalk

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Last year was a busy year for the Rooivalk, with the attack helicopter firing thousands of cannon rounds and rockets at rebels...

Denel Aviation and Aerostructures now known as Denel Aeronautics

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Denel Group has merged its Aerostructures and Aviation divisions into a single entity known as Denel Aeronautics. News of the merger first...