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In 1943, BBC correspondent Wynford Vaughan Thomas and his recording engineer Reg Pidsley survived a night-fighter encounter during a bomber raid on Berlin. Tom Allett recounts their story
In June, Britain’s Armed Forces staged a remarkable flypast to mark the King’s Birthday Parade, with participation from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Luke Bimm reflects on the preparations for this jubilant occasion
Former USAF Lt Col Bredette Thomas recalls his time with Lockheed’s ‘Lady in Black’ during the fearful days of the Cold War – a story of avoiding fighters and surface-to-air missiles, staying ahead of the Soviets, meteorites and diverts…
A further two E-3B/G Sentry aircraft have taken off from Tinker AFB for the final time, having been flown from the Oklahoma base to Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, to be placed in long-term storage as the USAF continues to drawdown its ageing AWACS fleet
An MB-339PAN jet trainer belonging to the Italian Air Force’s national aerobatic team, Frecce Tricolori (Tricolour Arrows), crashed just after taking off from Turin-Caselle Airport, northern Italy, on September 16, killing a five-year-old girl on the ground
In the decade since its first flight, almost everything about the Bombardier C Series has changed. That is, apart from its impressive range and spacious cabin. Mark Broadbent reports on what is now the Airbus A220
Hurghada International Airport in Egypt is one of the top scuba diving locations in Africa. Several hotels and resorts along the approach path provide scenic views when landing on one of the two runways.