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A debt owed: The BAC One-Eleven was one of the brilliant successes of British aviation – but its journey into service was marred by the loss of the prototype and its crew on October 22, 1963. Stephen Skinner recounts that dark day
Another example of the Hawker fighter has been grounded — and only one other may fly again as Swiss classic jet scene dwindles
The USAF recently conducted the first commercial air-to-air refuelling of F-16C Fighting Falcon fighters while supporting a deployment in the Indo-Pacific theatre
The US Customs and Border Protection agency’s Air and Marine Operations branch has started scaling back its P-3B operations and has retired at least two of its radar-equipped Orions
The first of two XQ-58A Valkyrie UCAVs for the USMC successfully completed its first test flight at Eglin AFB, Florida, on October 2, closely followed by an F-16CM Fighting Falcon (88-0441/ET) from the 40th Flight Test Squadron – a component of the USAF’s 96th Test Wing – that was flying as the ‘chase’ aircraft
The long-awaited tie-up between Air Nostrum and CityJet has finally been confirmed.
In the news this week, JetBlue announced its latest transatlantic destinations – Dublin and Edinburgh. In anticipation of our upcoming feature on the New York-based carrier, this week's quiz will test your knowledge of the airline's foray into the transatlantic market. Good luck!
The Aerofly FS series has been popular among flight simmers since its release in 2011. So, when we heard that Aerofly FS 4 had received further improvements, we invited Torsten Hans, the head of IPACS, to talk to us about these new features and the Aerofly FS series in general.