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The potentially airworthy Avro Lancaster undertook the tribute at its East Kirkby, Lincolnshire home last month
In this second part of the interview with Bob De La Hunty, President and Chief Pilot of Australia’s HARS Aviation Museum, he tells Key Aero’s Dino Carrara about the challenges of keeping its Super Constellation in the air
President and Chief Pilot of HARS Aviation Museum, Bob De La Hunty, spoke to Key Aero’s Dino Carrara about the huge effort to obtain its Super Constellation and get it flying again
The USMC moved another step closer to phasing out its legacy Hornet fleet on November 9, when Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 (VMFA-115) was deactivated at MCAS Beaufort in South Carolina
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) will provide the US Army with a new airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (A-ISR) platform under the terms of a $554m contract that was awarded on September 28
Babak Taghvaee reveals how Iran, aided by the Syrian Arab Air Force, has used airliners to fly weapons into Syria to help arm terrorist groups fighting Israel
British Airways has been awarded a £9m grant from the UK government’s Advanced Fuel Fund (AFF) competition to help develop lower-carbon aviation fuels.
Travelling at twice the speed of sound, John Hutchinson had just begun to tuck into his steak fillet when the supersonic aircraft he was piloting began shaking violently. Find out what went wrong in this amazing interview with the former British Airways Concorde captain
This week, the Dubai Airshow 2023 kicked off in style at Al Maktoum International Airport. The five-day event brought together world-class exhibitors, flying and static aircraft displays, industry conferences and over 300 expert speakers. Airliner World will be bringing you a full round up of all the news from the event in our January 2024 edition. But for now why not take our Ultimate Dubai Airshow Quiz to test your knowledge on one of the world’s biggest aviation events.
The latest aircraft to join the Famous Flyer fleet for Microsoft Flight Simulator is the Mitsubishi MU-2.