NEWS & EVENTS

Managing over 250 aircraft programmes with customers in 86 countries, there’s a lot to keep up with –
stay up to date with Martin-Baker here. From exhibitions to milestones, be sure to check back regularly for
news and updates, as well as our upcoming global events.

The Royal International Air Tattoo

Fairford, England – Martin-Baker showcased its wares at the Royal International Air Tattoo this weekend (July 14-16) at Royal Air Force Base Fairford in Gloucestershire. The company hosted a booth at Fairford and had the US16E ejection seat simulator there for all to view and try. The US16E is…
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Martin-Baker Australia and Pilatus sign MRO deal

Martin-Baker Australia and Pilatus Aircraft have today signed a Letter of Intent for Martin-Baker Australia to provide Ejection Seat Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul for the Royal Australian Air Force PC-21 aircraft. The agreement proposes a seven year firm fixed price solution with rolling Contract Change…
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Martin-Baker shows candidate ejection seat for T-X

Article by Flight Global Martin-Baker is showing its candidate ejection seat for the US Air Force’s T-X trainer for the first time at a major show, with the Mk18 design also to be the basis for offers to equip future fighters and upgrade in-service types.…
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Martin-Baker at The Paris Air Show 2017

(Paris) With the Paris Air Show in full swing, activity around the Martin-Baker booth has been heavy, with visitors ranging from military officials, pilots, politicians, media and industry leaders. Each came away impressed with the Martin-Baker brand. The booth, located in Hall 2B at stand…
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MARTIN-BAKER US16E EJECTION SEAT RESULTS VALIDATED

(Washington) The U.S. Air Force announced today that it has validated the test results for the US16E Ejection Seat for all F-35 variants and that light weight pilots are now cleared to fly. The Air Force signed the military flight release document May 2 which…
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TWITTER

A US Navy T-45C Goshawk crashed on approach to NAS Kingsville yesterday. The solo pilot successfully ejected using the Martin-Baker NACES (US14A) Ejection Seat.

A ROKAF F-4E crashed into the Yellow Sea on Friday. Both Aircrew ejected successfully using the Martin-Baker H7AF Ejection Seat.

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TWITTER

A US Navy T-45C Goshawk crashed on approach to NAS Kingsville yesterday. The solo pilot successfully ejected using the Martin-Baker NACES (US14A) Ejection Seat.

A ROKAF F-4E crashed into the Yellow Sea on Friday. Both Aircrew ejected successfully using the Martin-Baker H7AF Ejection Seat.

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