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Stakeholders pin their hopes on viability gap funding under the Regional Connectivity Scheme for the revival of Mysuru airport.  

While the government is upbeat about the prospect of bringing the hinterland closer to the mainstream with its regional connectivity scheme, few would have envisaged that UDAN would help bring rival airlines together in the quest to acquire new aircraft.

Air Odisha and Air Deccan, who won the bid to operate flights on regional routes, have joined hands to get a sweeter deal on aircraft imports and informed the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that they plan to induct the 19-seater Beechcraft 1900D aircraft for flight operations under the scheme for regional connectivity, sources said.

The Lockheed Martin A-4AR Fightinghawk is a major upgrade of the McDonnell Douglas A-4M Skyhawk attack aircraft developed for the Argentine Air Force which entered service in 1998. The program was named Fightinghawk in recognition of the F-16 Fighting Falcon , which was the source of its new avionics.

The Falklands War (Spanish: Guerra de las Malvinas ) in 1982 took a heavy toll on the Argentine Air Force , which lost over 60 aircraft . Due to the deteriorating national economic situation and political distrust of the military , the Air Force was denied the resources needed to replace its war losses. [ citation needed ]

The supply of modern combat aircraft had been restricted since the United States had imposed an arms embargo in 1978 for human rights abuses; [1] there were further restrictions when the United Kingdom also imposed an arms embargo in 1982. The only combat aircraft that the Air Force could obtain were 10 Mirage 5Ps , transferred from the Peruvian Air Force ; 19 Mirage IIICJs from Israel , veterans of the Six-Day War ; and 2 Mirage IIIB trainers from the French Air Force . [ citation needed ]

Gordon Jones: In case you are confused about this referring to Falklands 25 I’ll explain why. This article was originally written for the Falklands 25th anniversary in 2007. I’ve reproduced this as we approach the 30th anniversary this year because it’s an excellent read and covers the events of the Falklands day by day. I’ll now hand over to Pete….

Over the course several weeks during 2007 I added daily to a thread on the forum of the Cottesmore Aviation Group, a short day by day history of what was happening during the campaign to recover the Falkland Islands in 1982 on the 25 th anniversary of the conflict. In particular I wanted to give a short overview of what 1(F) Squadron were doing during the build up and itemise their combat missions for the days in question.

Oddly enough many people simply overlooked the main news piece from the region on this day, when “scrap metal” workmen, accompanied by a military presence, land on South Georgia Island, hoisting an Argentinean flag.